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Maersk Oil slashes 160 jobs in Denmark

The oil company will draw its Danish staff to the city of Esbjerg while significantly reducing the number of employees over coming months.

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Maersk Oil expects to reduce its Danish staff by 160 employees, which corresponds to every tenth employee in the company's Danish unit, announces the oil group Monday.

The downsizing means that all employees in Maersk Oil Business Unit will be gathered in Esbjerg. A move which is attributed to a simplification of the organization intended to increase efficiency.

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