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Vattenfall: "We are still in rough waters"

Vattenfall faces a bright future, says the CFO, although he is experiencing issues with conventional gas facilities and power plants. Meanwhile, he eyes the opportunity of profiting on the electrification of the heating and manufacturing sectors. However, this will require Vattenfall taking whole-hearted action and doing it fast.

It is still too soon to make predictions about the 2017 results, according to Vattenfall's CFO, who believes that the Swedish company will be blessed with good fortune this year.

"Things looks better, since we've now cleared the deck and have set a straight course. But we are still in rough waters and we need all hands on deck, so no time to relax," says Stefan Dohler, CFO of Vattenfall, in an interview published on the company's own website.

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