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Aker Solutions ASA (AKSOL.OL)

AKSOL.OL on Oslo Stock Exchange

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10 Dec 2018
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Wed, Oct 24 2018

WRAPUP 1-Oil service recovery forecasts lift Europe's Saipem and Aker

MILAN/OSLO, Oct 24 Major European oil service groups Saipem and Aker Solutions gave investors in the struggling sector a rare ray of hope on Wednesday by signalling signs of recovery.

Aker Solutions sees 2019 earnings margins on par with 2018, Q3 beats

OSLO, Oct 24 Norwegian oil services firm Aker Solutions expects revenues next year to be higher than this year's, but with 2019 earnings margins around the same level as 2018's, and reported third-quarter profits that beat forecasts on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-Norway's Aker Solutions to step up expansion in offshore wind farms

STAVANGER, Norway, Aug 28 The chief executive of Norwegian oil services company Aker Solutions sees high growth potential from its Brazilian business and from expansion in offshore windfarms, he said on Tuesday.

Aker Solutions CEO expects Brazil revenue to double within 5 yrs

STAVANGER, Norway, Aug 28 The chief executive of Norwegian oil services firm Aker Solutions said on Tuesday he sees big growth potential from its Brazilian business and from scaling up its exposure to floating offshore windfarms.

New strike ballot for Mariner oil platform workers after Aker offer

LONDON, July 30 Unite the Union will ballot its members among offshore oil workers on Equinor's British North Sea Mariner platform again after Aker Solutions offered a new pay deal, Unite the Union said on Monday.

UPDATE 5-Total's North Sea oil platforms hit by 24-hour strike

* Unions plan strikes at other N.Sea platforms (Adds Aker comment, detail)

Investment firm Aker sees higher dividend as net asset value rises

OSLO, July 18 Investment firm Aker, controlled by billionaire Kjell Inge Roekke, expects to pay higher dividends as the value of its energy-heavy portfolio rise, CEO Oevind Eriksen told Reuters on Wednesday.

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