Statoil funds growth, OMV seals output with $2.65 billion North Sea deal

OSLO/VIENNA (Reuters) – Norway’s Statoil sold stakes in North Sea oil fields to Austria’s OMV on Monday, in a $2.65 billion deal giving the former cash to develop new projects and placing the latter on course to meet ambitious output targets.

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