Saga Petroleum Chair Quits

Monday, June 14, 1999
The chairman of Saga Petroleum abruptly quit on Monday to protest at parliamentary plans to keep Hydro under state control. Wilhelm Wilhelmsen also will reportedly sell the shares he held as a private individual to France’s Elf Aquitaine, which has made a rival takeover offer to Hydro and Statoil
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