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Statoil to divest interest in Trans Adriatic Pipeline for EUR 208 million


Published Dec 2, 2015
Jens Økland; executive vice president for Marketing; Midstream and Processing
Jens Økland; executive vice president for Marketing; Midstream and Processing

Following the divestment of its share in the Shah Deniz gas field in Azerbaijan, Statoil has agreed to sell its 20% interest in Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG to the Italian gas infrastructure company Snam SpA for a total consideration of EUR 208 million.

his amount is for both Statoil’s shares in TAP and its pro-quota portion of the loans currently granted to TAP by its shareholders.

The total consideration will be adjusted at closing.

“We are pleased to announce this agreement with Snam which will realise value from our stake in TAP, of which we have been a part-owner since 2008. This divestment increases our financial flexibility and is in line with our strategy of portfolio optimisation and capital prioritisation”, says Jens Økland, executive vice president for Marketing, Midstream and Processing.

Tags: Snam SpA, Statoil




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