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Maersk prepares for two years as a minor player

In six months, Denmark's largest oil company is poised to lose about half of its daily barrel production and thus become an international featherweight in the industry. Maersk Oil's CEO believes that recent years of cost reductions will be attractive for potential buyers when the company is divested within the next two years.

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Looking on the bright side on things, employees at Maersk Oil will not have to worry as much about conference calls to different timezones and hours spent wasting away in airports on journeys between the company's production faciltiies.

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