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Aker BP doubles result in the third quarter

Just after announcing its acquisition of Hess Norway, oil company Aker BP has delivered a third-quarter result with a close to doubled bottom line of USD 112 million.

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The week after Aker BP broke the news about its Hess Norway acquisition, the company has now announced positive financial results.

Altogether, the company reported total income of USD 596 million in the third quarter this year, against USD 248 million in the third quarter of 2016. The net profit also increased to USD 112 million from USD 63 million the year prior.

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