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BRIEF-Novo Nordisk proposes Novo A/S CEO and former BG chief as board members

* Says the board of directors proposes election of Kasim Kutay and Helge Lund as new members of the board of directors at the annual general meeting

UPDATE 3-Platts revamps Brent oil benchmark for first time in a decade

* Statoil's share of production used for benchmark to grow (Adds details on Statoil share, Statoil comment, from paragraph 9)

Statoil's offshore U.S. exploration spending to be more cautious

LONDON, Feb 7 Norway's Statoil will become more cautious in its exploration spending offshore the United States, but does not plan to leave the region, the company's exploration chief told Reuters on Tuesday.

UPDATE 2-Statoil takes hit as cuts long-term oil price view

* Shares down 1.2 percent, off earlier lows (Adds detail on output, analysts)

BRIEF-Statoil awards $156 mln work to Aibel, Aker Solutions, Kvaerner

* Aibel and Aker Solutions have, on behalf of the licence partners, been awarded contracts for hook-up and commissioning assistance for the Johan Sverdrup field centre, phase 1, off Norway

Statoil says mistakes, lack of maintenance led to Troll, Mongstad accidents

OSLO Operational mistakes and a lack of maintenance led to near-fatal accidents at Norway's Troll field and at the Mongstad refinery, operator Statoil said on Friday.

UPDATE 2-Statoil says mistakes, lack of maintenance led to Troll, Mongstad accidents

* Statoil says bad risk assessment the main cause (Adds reaction by oil workers' union)

BRIEF-North Atlantic Drilling announces $10 mln Statoil rig extension

* Has been awarded a firm one well extension plus one optional well from Statoil

Shell bolsters offshore wind interests with bid in U.S. tender

LONDON Royal Dutch Shell has been shortlisted by the U.S. government to make a bid for an offshore wind project license in the waters off North Carolina, as it comes under pressure from shareholders to diversify into green energy.

BRIEF-Statoil awards service contracts to Baker Hughes, Schlumberger

* Baker Hughes and Schlumberger will be awarded contracts for integrated drilling and well services on Cat J rigs Askepott and Askeladden

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