COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Orsted, the world's largest offshore wind farm developer, is ramping up its investment in renewables to $57 billion by 2027, seeking to become a global leader in green energy and fend off growing competition.
COPENHAGEN/MOSCOW The Nord Stream 2 has requested a permit allowing it to use pipe-laying vessels with anchors to complete the final roughly 120-kilometre stretch of pipeline in Danish waters, Denmark's energy agency (DEA) said on Tuesday.
COPENHAGEN The world's top maker of diabetes drugs Novo Nordisk beat profit and sales forecasts in the first quarter and kept its full-year outlook as diabetics stocking up during the coronavirus pandemic led to a surge in demand for its medicines.
COPENHAGEN Leading wind turbine maker Vestas posted an unexpected first-quarter operating loss despite strong sales and a healthy order book, weighed down by project delays as well as higher costs that were partly down to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COPENHAGEN Denmark is expected this weekend to reveal plans to relax its coronavirus lockdown, becoming the first country outside Asia to do so, reasoning that the risks of a deep recession may now be more dangerous for Danish society than a second outbreak.
COPENHAGEN, April 3 Denmark is expected this
weekend to reveal plans to relax its coronavirus lockdown,
becoming the first country outside Asia to do so, reasoning that
the risks of a deep recession may now be more dangerous for
Danish society than a second outbreak.
* Siemens Gamesa has closed eight plants in Spain
(Recasts with Vestas, Siemens Gamesa, context)
COPENHAGEN A boom in Denmark's economy may be replaced by a contraction of as much as 10% this year as the coronavirus outbreak hits the Nordic economy, the country's central bank said on Wednesday.
FRANKFURT/COPENHAGEN Leading container shipping firm A.P. Moller-Maersk scrapped its 2020 earnings forecast on Friday, while rival Hapag-Lloyd warned of slowing growth until at least June, as the coronavirus pandemic takes a heavy toll on global trade.
COPENHAGEN/STOCKHOLM Airline SAS will temporarily halt most of its flights from Monday until conditions for commercial aviation improve, it said, as demand for flights has "more or less disappeared".