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Media: Rumors of oil merger between Maersk and Dong resurface

According to Danish newspaper Børsen's sources, Maersk is interested in acquiring Dong Energy's oil and gas activities in the North Sea.

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Maersk Group is, according to Danish business daily Børsen, interested in acquiring Dong Energy's oil and gas activities in the North Sea.

Anonymous sources tell Børsen that the two companies are negotiating a merger of their oil divisions.

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