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Statoil: Two accidents could have seen fatal outcomes

Statoil has just completed a report related to a well accident in the Troll field and a hydrogen leakage at production facility Mongstad. The company acknowledges that the two incidents could have resulted in fatalities.

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Norwegian Statoil has just published a report in which the oil major acknowledges that two accidents during the past year could have had fatal outcomes, informed the company at a press conference.

Even though no one was injured in the accidents, the company admits that both incidents could have resulted in the loss of lives. And this is allegedly the first time that Statoil admits that this could have been the case, reports Dagens Næringsliv.

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