Ørsted CEO once again spurns demand for payment in rubles

At Ørsted’s annual general meeting on Friday, CEO Mads Nipper reiterated that Ørsted will not be paying for gas deliveries from Gazprom in rubles as demanded by the Russian state.

CEO of Ørsted Mads Nipper. | Photo: Ørsted

Ørsted will not be paying for this month’s gas supplied by state-owned Russian energy company Gazprom, as Gazprom, Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Russian ambassador to Denmark have demanded.

Ørsted Chief Executive Mads Nipper reiterated the company’s position along with Chair Thomas Thune Andersen at Friday’s annual general meeting, reports Danish media Berlingske.

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