Germany's VNG buys Chevron's stake in Norwegian oilfield
OSLO, June 19
OSLO, June 19 (Reuters) - German energy firm VNG has agreed to buy U.S. oil firm Chevron's 7.56-percent stake in the Draugen field off Norway, it said on Thursday.
VNG did not say how much the deal was worth.
Royal Dutch Shell is the field's operator with a stake of 44.56 percent. Norwegian state-owned Petoro has the remaining 47.88 percent it he field situated in the Norwegian Sea. (Reporting by Gwladys Fouche)
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