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  • Sval Energi closes acquisition of Edison Norge
    édité le 26/03/2021 - Plus de news de "Sval Energi" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Sval Energi"

Sval Energi closes acquisition of Edison Norge
Sval Energi is pleased to announce the completion of its USD 300 million acquisition of Edison Norge. This expands the portfolio and workforce of Sval and is another successful step in the company’s growth strategy.

“We’re excited to mark this milestone in our pursuit to build a modern energy company in Norway; nimble, forward leaning and active across several value chains. The acquisition of Edison Norge strengthens our position on the Norwegian Continental Shelf and will help us scale our activity and build a strong portfolio”, says Nikolai Lyngø, CEO of Sval.

The acquisition enhances Sval’s position in low-carbon oil and gas assets. Sval acquires net reserves estimated to 25 mmboe, including an increased stake in the Nova field development (from 10 to 25%) and a 10% ownership of the Dvalin field development. In total, Sval now participates in 28 production licenses on the NCS, including the 2020 license awards.

Several of Edison Norge’s employees will also join Sval as part of the transaction.

“We are very happy to grow our company, with both exciting assets and competent people. I’m energized to welcome our new colleagues who want to be part of building a new kind of energy company in Norway, combining assets in infrastructure, oil and gas production as well as renewables”, Lyngø says.

Facts: Edison Norge acquisition

  - The USD 300 million Edison Norge acquisition closes on 25th March 2021, with 1st January 2020 as financial effective date.
  - Sval Energi acquires 10 production licenses on the Norwegian continental shelf.
  - The assets include 10% ownership of the Dvalin field development and increase Nova field development holding by 15% to a total of 25%.
  - A material share of the acquisition price relates to tax balances and tax losses.

About Sval Energi

Sval is a privately owned Norwegian energy company. Backed by leading energy investor HitecVision, Sval has expanded from gas infrastructure into exploration & production, acquired licenses in oil and gas fields, and invested in renewable wind power to build a new kind of energy company. Sval strives towards a more sustainable future and aim to be a major Norwegian player in the energy sector, based on a competitive, diverse and sustainable portfolio.

About Edison

Edison is the oldest energy company in Europe, with over 135 years of achievements, and is one of the sector's leading operators in Italy. The company is at the forefront of the energy transition challenge, through the development of low carbon generation, energy efficiency services and sustainable mobility, in line with the National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan (PNIEC) and the objectives defined by the European Green Deal. Edison sells electric power, natural gas and energy and environmental services to 1.6 million final clients. It is an integrated operator along the electricity value chain: from production to distribution and sale of the energy component. It has highly flexible and efficient electric power generation facilities, consisting of 200 power plants including hydroelectric, wind, solar and gas combined cycle thermoelectric plants. The Group’s net installed capacity is 7 GW and in 2020, it produced 18,1 TWh, accounting for 7% of domestic electricity generation. Today, it operates in Italy and Europe, employing over 4,000 people.

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