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Analyst: Maersk still has time left

Maersk Oil's announcement that the Tyra field will be shut down is just part of the negotiations with the Danish government for improved framework conditions, according to one analyst. If a deal is successfully reached, this would not be the end of the world for Maersk HQ.

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Maersk Oil had no choice.

Or so says Michael Friis Jørensen, analyst at Alm. Brand Markets, in reference to today's announcement that Maersk Oil will make good on its threats to shut down the large Tyra field, because the company was unable to reach agreement with the Danish government for better framework conditions.

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