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Marine Harvest ASA (MHG.OL)

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BRIEF-Fish farmer Marine Harvest replaces one board member

* ‍NOMINATION COMMITTEE HAS BEEN INFORMED THAT BOARD MEMBER ØRJAN SVANEVIK WANTS TO STEP DOWN. IT IS NOMINATION COMMITTEE'S RECOMMENDATION TO EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING THAT KRISTIAN MELHUUS IS ELECTED AS A NEW BOARD MEMBER​ Further company coverage: (Reporting By Oslo Newsroom)

Marine Harvest: Norway regulator again rejects "Donut" fish farm volume plan

* The Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries has again turned down fish farmer Marine Harvest's application for farming volumes related to its experimental "Marine Donut" concept

Salmon farmer Marine Harvest seeks organic, M&A growth

OSLO, Nov 1 Marine Harvest, the world's largest fish farmer, aims to grow its business both organically and via acquisitions, Chief Executive Officer Alf-Helge Aarskog said when presenting record third-quarter earnings on Wednesday.

BRIEF-Marine Harvest cuts 2017 salmon output forecast, predicts strong demand

* q3 operational ebit eur ‍194​ million (reuters poll eur 191 million)

Marine Harvest third-quarter earnings slightly ahead of forecast, output lags

OSLO Marine Harvest, the world's largest fish farmer, reported preliminary third-quarter operating profits slightly ahead of forecasts on Monday, even though output volumes lagged expectations.

Marine Harvest Q3 earnings slightly ahead of forecast, output lags

OSLO, Oct 16 Marine Harvest, the world's largest fish farmer, reported preliminary third-quarter operating profits slightly ahead of forecasts on Monday, even though output volumes lagged expectations.

BRIEF-Marine Harvest Q3 earnings beat forecast despite lag in output

* Q3 operational ebit EUR ‍191​ million (reuters poll EUR 189 million)

Marine Harvest CEO sees more consolidation in fish farming sector

OSLO, Sept 28 ** Alf-Helge Aarskog, the CEO of Marine Harvest, the world's largest fish farmer, expects more consolidation in the sector, he told an industry conference on Thursday ** Says the fish farming sector needs to become more industrialised and to make large investments if its wants to reach a 2030 value target of 200 billion Norwegian crowns ($25.15 billion), compared with 60 billion crowns in 2016

BRIEF-Marine Harvest cuts 2017 output guidance more than expected

* q2 operational ebit eur 198 million versus preliminary eur 196 million reported on july 14

BRIEF-Marine Harvest Q2 EBIT as expected despite miss on volumes

* Marine harvest q2 preliminary operational ebit eur 196 million (Reuters poll eur 196 million)

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