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Norway wealth fund mulls selling oil firms that work in E.Guinea

Posted on 25 April 2013

Norway’s sovereign wealth fund is looking into selling off shares in oil firms that work in Equatorial Guinea, where oil revenue does nothing to relieve abject poverty, the fund’s ethics council said, a list that includes Exxon Mobil. The Norwegian Pension Fund Global was Exxon Mobil’s tenth-largest shareholder at end-2012 with some 16 billion crowns ($2.7 billion) worth of shares, or a stake of 0.81 percent.
The fund, whose investments totalled $725 billion on Wednesday, invests Norway’s revenues from oil and gas production for future generations. Exxon Mobil was its tenth-largest equity holding at end-2012, according to its annual report………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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