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Thu, Jul 18 2019

UPDATE 1-Norway's Aker Energy IPO may be in late 2019 or 2020 -Aker CEO

OSLO, July 18 Norwegian investment firm Aker could launch its planned initial public offering (IPO) of Aker Energy in late 2019 or in 2020, depending on when Ghana approves the development plan of its Pecan oilfield, the CEO said.

Aker Energy may launch IPO late 2019 or during 2020: Aker CEO

OSLO Norway's Aker expects a potential initial public offering (IPO) of its Aker Energy holding to be launched late in 2019 or in 2020, depending on when Ghanaian authorities approve the development plan of its Pecan field.

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

June 12 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Wednesday:

Norway's Aker eyes listing, merger for its Cognite software firm

OSLO, June 12 Norwegian investment firm Aker ASA aims to list its software firm Cognite on the Oslo stock market or find a merger partner for it to spur growth, AKER Chief Executive Oeyvind Eriksen said on Wednesday.

Ghana's Pecan oilfield approval seen by late-third quarter: Aker CEO

OSLO Aker ASA expects Ghanaian authorities to approve a revised $4.4 billion development plan for the offshore Pecan oilfield by the end of the third quarter of 2019, the Norwegian investment firm's chief executive told Reuters on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Ghana's Pecan oilfield approval seen by late-Q3 -Aker CEO

OSLO, May 10 Aker ASA expects Ghanaian authorities to approve a revised $4.4 billion development plan for the offshore Pecan oilfield by the end of the third quarter of 2019, the Norwegian investment firm's chief executive told Reuters on Friday.

Ghana's Pecan oilfield approval now seen by late-Q3 -Aker CEO

OSLO, May 10 Aker ASA now expects Ghanaian authorities to approve its revised $4.4 billion development plan for the offshore Pecan oilfield by late third-quarter of 2019, the Norwegian investment firm's chief executive told Reuters on Friday.

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