Lundin sells Malaysian infrastructure


M3nergy must be happy. FPSO operation team probably isn’t.

Dateline 2016-01-22, UPI:

Swedish energy company Lundin Petroleum said it was taking in cash after shedding infrastructure in Malaysia it said is not part of its core business strategy.

Lundin said it agreed to sell offshore floating production and storage vessel Bertram to M3Energy Investment Ltd., a state-controlled energy company in Malaysia, for $265 million.

“Owning infrastructure assets is not part of Lundin Petroleum’s core strategy and this transaction will allow us to redeploy this capital into other areas of our business to fund our value driven growth,” President and CEO Alex Schneiter said in a statement.

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