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When Dong's bright summer turned into a dark winter

NEWS ANALYSIS: Even though Denmark's Dong Energy is poised to present a strong 2016 annual report, this does not make up for the fact that this fall offered several unsettling defeats for the company's crucial offshore wind division.

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In many regards, this summer was good to Dong Energy.

The Danish energy group went public this June after a long, chaotic prelude.

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