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Petoro AS' response

Author: Petoro AS, Published on: 18 January 2019

...Petoro express sincere regrets that workers at the Samsung Heavy Industries yard as referred to in your letter, are still suffering trauma and grief from the tragic accident. For Petoro as a partner in joint venture projects, health and safety for personnel involved are always a priority. 

In a joint venture the follow up of a project is handled by the operator, at the time of the accident, Total E&P Norge AS (Total). In this respect we refer to Total's letter... and the current operator, Equinor Energy AS's letter...

Yours sincerely,

Kjell Morisbak Lund

Vice President Licences

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This is a response from the following companies: Petoro AS