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Emails reveal that Danish EPA kept Maersk from huge losses

Danish news DR Nyheder has gained access to several emails which reveal that the Danish Environmental Protection Agency helped Maersk Oil and Gas from losing DKK 32 million daily in the North Sea.

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Emails reveal that the Danish Environmental Protection Agency (DEPA) rescued Maersk Oil and Gas from DKK 1.8 billion (EUR 242 million) losses in the North Sea.

DR Nyheder (Danish) has accessed email correspondence between a DEPA representative and Maersk Oil and Gas.

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