Dong Energy exits oil and gas industry; future of the North Sea looks uncertain

Dong Energy recently announced it will be divesting its £1.5 billion ($1.6 billion) oil and gas division to focus on offshore wind energy projects. The Danish company has transformed itself in recent years from an oil and gas company to a leader in offshore wind development, and plans to double its ...

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