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Problematic Hejre field costs Bayerngas the big bucks

Bayerngas Danmark had to make large impairments again this year on the Hejre field which has caused severe problems. Yet Bayerngas maintains optimism and bets that the field will be up and running within a few years.

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Divided by the number of employees, the deficit at Bayerngas Danmark is one for the records.

The Danish subsidiary of Norwegian Bayerngas Norge only counted two employees during 2016, while the full-year loss came to DKK 534 million (EUR 72 million).

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