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Year End Report 2021

Year End Report 2021

Year End Report 2021

01 February 2022

 

Board of Directors of Lundin Energy and Aker BP agreed on a combination to create the leading European independent E&P company, with completion of the transaction anticipated around mid 2022
Record financial performance in 2021, with free cash flow generation of USD 1.6 billion and net debt reduced to USD 2.7 billion
Board of Directors propose to increase 2021 quarterly dividend by 25 percent to USD 0.5625 per share until completion of the Aker BP transaction
Record quarterly production for the fourth quarter of 195 Mboepd and 2022 production guidance set between 180 and 200 Mboepd
Key projects progressing on schedule, with Johan Sverdrup Phase 2 set for first oil in the fourth quarter of 2022 and five new projects heading towards sanction within the temporary tax incentives
Delivering growth with resource additions of 200 percent of production in 2021
On track with Decarbonisation Plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2023 from operational emissions

 

Financial summary11 Jan 2021-
31 Dec 2021
12 months
1 Oct 2021-
31 Dec 2021
3 months
1 Jan 2020-
31 Dec 2020
12 months
1 Oct 2020-
31 Dec 2020
3 months
Production in Mboepd190.3194.8164.5185.1
Revenue and other income in MUSD5,484.71,621.82,564.4779.7
CFFO in MUSD
Per share in USD
3,058.0
10.75
558.1
1.96
1,528.0
5.38
276.7
0.97
EBITDAX in MUSD
Per share in USD
4,822.8
16.96
1,462.2
5.14
2,140.2
7.53
708.4
2.49
Free cash flow in MUSD
Per share in USD
1,645.5
5.79
22.6
-0.08
448.2
1.58
-97.5
-0.34
Net result in MUSD
Per share in USD
493.8
1.74
121.7
0.43
384.2
1.35
303.7
1.07
Adjusted Net result in MUSD
Per share in USD
795.7
2.80
253.3
0.89
280.0
0.99
86.9
0.31
Net debt in MUSD2,747.92,747.93,911.53,911.5
1) All numbers in this table relate to continuing and discontinued operations combined. For a further breakdown between continuing and discontinued operations, reference is made to pages 32-33

Nick Walker, President and CEO of Lundin Energy AB, commented on the proposed combination of Lundin Energy’s E&P business with Aker BP:
“We were very pleased to announce at the end of 2021, that the Board of Directors of Lundin Energy and Aker BP reached an agreement to combine the businesses to create the leading European independent E&P company. Value creation is at the heart of our business and this deal is a unique opportunity to create a world class company, with significant scale, production growth and strong free cash flow generation into the next decade. Coupled with that is a business with industry leading low costs and low carbon emissions.

“I am convinced that the combination proposal with Aker BP is a win-win outcome for both sets of shareholders, as it creates a business that is positioned to prosper through the energy transition and deliver increased and sustainable dividends. For Lundin Energy shareholders, this will deliver a significant up-front cash consideration, the opportunity to be a shareholder in the leading European E&P company and a retained interest in a renewables business that is positioned for growth. We are anticipating that the proposed combination will be completed around the middle of the year.”

Nick Walker, President and CEO of Lundin Energy AB, commented on the 2021 full year results:
“I’m pleased to report that in 2021 Lundin Energy delivered record production and financial results, underpinned by continued excellent operational performance and strong oil and gas prices.

“Our world class assets continue to outperform, with industry leading production efficiency and low operating costs. We exited the year with production at just under 200 Mboepd and full year production came in above the top of our original guidance range.

“Johan Sverdrup keeps on delivering above expectations. Phase 2 of the project, which will lift production to 755 Mbopd gross, is making excellent progress and is firmly on track for first oil in the fourth quarter of 2022.

“At the Greater Edvard Grieg Area the completion of the infill drilling programme and the Solveig and Rolvsnes tie-back projects, together with a number of new projects being planned, will keep the facilities full in the long term. This is a prolific area where I see great opportunity to further extend the production plateau.

“We completed the acquisition of a further interest in the major Wisting oil development project, taking our share to 35 percent, which will help sustain the production profile of the business long term with a significant addition of low carbon emissions barrels. The Wisting development concept has been decided upon and the project is heading towards sanction at the end of 2022.

“Our growth strategy continues to deliver results with total resource additions in 2021 of 200 percent of produced volumes, supported by further reserves growth in the Greater Edvard Grieg Area and the additional interest in Wisting. I see multiple opportunities to continue to grow the business with significant potential resource upside at Johan Sverdrup, a pipeline of new projects being progressed towards development and an active exploration programme.

“At the same time, we are making great progress on our industry leading Decarbonisation Plan and are set to become carbon neutral by 2023 from operational emissions, with around 60 percent of our production already being carbon neutral. I see this as a key value differentiator for Lundin Energy.

“Financially we had a very strong year, delivering free cash flow of USD 1.6 billion, covering our 2021 dividend three times and allowing us to reduce net debt to USD 2.7 billion. I’m pleased to note that the Board of Directors is recommending a 25 percent increase in the quarterly dividend until completion of the Aker BP transaction, clearly demonstrating our commitment to long-term growth of shareholder returns.

I would like to thank all our stakeholders for their continued support over the last year, and our employees for their tremendous efforts in delivering these record results.”

Webcast presentation
Listen to Nick Walker, President and CEO, Dan Fitzgerald, COO and Teitur Poulsen, CFO, commenting on the report and providing a 2022 business update at a live webcast held today, at 14:00 CET. Follow the presentation on www.lundin-energy.com or dial in using the following telephone numbers:

UK/International: +44 3333000804
Sweden: +46 856642651
Norway:+47 23500243
USA:+1 6319131422
Access Pin :17161382
Webcast link:https://edge.media-server.com/mmc/p/ifchzb4n

 

THESE MATERIALS DO NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER OF SECURITIES FOR SALE OR A SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO PURCHASE THE SECURITIES DESCRIBED IN SUCH MATERIALS IN THE UNITED STATES. IN PARTICULAR, ANY SECURITIES REFERRED TO IN THESE MATERIALS HAVE NOT BEEN AND WILL NOT BE REGISTERED UNDER THE U.S. SECURITIES ACT OF 1933 (THE “SECURITIES ACT”), OR UNDER THE SECURITIES LAWS OF ANY STATE OR OTHER JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED STATES AND MAY NOT BE OFFERED, SOLD OR DELIVERED, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN OR INTO THE UNITED STATES EXCEPT PURSUANT TO AN EXEMPTION FROM, OR IN A TRANSACTION NOT SUBJECT TO, THE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS OF THE SECURITIES ACT AND IN COMPLIANCE WITH ANY APPLICABLE SECURITIES LAWS OF ANY STATE OR OTHER JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED STATES. THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC OFFERING OF SECURITIES IN THE UNITED STATES.

 

 

Update on fourth quarter 2021 financial results and webcast details for the presentation on 1 February 2022

Update on fourth quarter 2021 financial results and webcast details for the presentation on 1 February 2022

Update on fourth quarter 2021 financial results and webcast details for the presentation on 1 February 2022

19 January 2022

Lundin Energy AB (Lundin Energy) will publish its financial report for the fourth quarter 2021 and host a webcast presentation for the 2021 year end results and a 2022 business update on Tuesday, 1 February 2022. For the fourth quarter 2021, Lundin Energy will expense pre-tax exploration costs of approximately MUSD 20, and recognise a net foreign exchange loss of approximately MUSD 84.

AkerBP transaction
On 21 December 2021, Lundin Energy announced that it had entered into an agreement (the transaction) with AkerBP whereby AkerBP will absorb Lundin Energy’s E&P business through a cross-border merger in accordance with Norwegian and Swedish law. Before completion of the cross-border merger, the shares in the company holding Lundin Energy’s E&P business will be distributed to Lundin Energy shareholders. Consequently Lundin Energy will present its E&P business as discontinued operations in the consolidated Income Statement and will present the asset and liabilities associated with the E&P business as assets and liabilities held for distribution.

All the items included in this update on the fourth quarter 2021 financial results relate to Lundin Energy’s E&P business unless stated otherwise.

Continuing operations
Once the transaction with AkerBP is completed, the renewable business, which is reported as continuing operations, will be debt free and have a cash balance of MUSD 130, to cover capital expenditure and other working capital items. The renewable business is expected to be free cash flow positive from late 2023, when the renewable portfolio has been fully built out and all projects are operational.

Exploration costs
It is the Company’s policy to capitalize costs associated with its exploration activities and when it is determined that a commercial discovery has not been achieved, the associated exploration costs are charged to the income statement. For the fourth quarter of 2021, Lundin Energy will incur pre-tax exploration costs of approximately MUSD 20, which will be charged to the income statement and offset by a tax credit of approximately MUSD 16. The exploration costs are mainly related to the Dovregubben well in PL976, the Lyderhorn well in PL1041 and relinquished licenses.

Net debt and foreign exchange loss
The net debt position of Lundin Energy at 31 December 2021, amounted to USD 2.7 billion, resulting in available liquidity of USD 2.0 billion within its existing credit facility and cash balances held.

Lundin Energy will recognise a net foreign exchange loss of approximately MUSD 84 for the fourth quarter of 2021. The Norwegian Krone was stable against the US Dollar and the Euro weakened by approximately two percent against the US Dollar during the fourth quarter of 2021. The foreign exchange loss is largely non-cash and mainly relates to the revaluation of loan balances at the prevailing exchange rates at the balance sheet date.

Hedging effectiveness
As a result of the AkerBP transaction, part of the outstanding foreign currency contracts and interest rate swap contracts are no longer considered as effective hedges under hedge effectiveness testing. The mark-to-market fair value of these ineffective contracts will be recognized as a non-cash item in the income statement for discontinued operations during the fourth quarter of 2021.

Change in inventory and under/overlift balances
Lundin Energy recognises income based on its sold volume (sales method). Consequently, changes in inventory and under/overlift balances are reported as an adjustment to cost valued at production cost, including depletion. During the fourth quarter of 2021, Lundin Energy was overlifted by 4.5 Mboepd.

Revenue from the crude oil sales from third parties
Lundin Energy markets its own crude oil production and at times markets crude oil from third parties. For the fourth quarter 2021, revenue from the sale of crude oil from third parties amounted to MUSD 72.8 offset by the purchase of crude oil from third parties of MUSD 72.5, resulting in a gross profit of MUSD 0.3 on third party activities for the fourth quarter 2021. The third party crude oil sales and purchase will be reported under discontinued operations.

2021 year end results and 2022 business update
Lundin Energy’s financial report for the fourth quarter 2021, will be published on Tuesday, 1 February 2022 at 07:30 CET.

As a result of the announcement on 21 December 2021, in relation to the proposed transaction with Aker BP, Lundin Energy will no longer be hosting a 2022 Capital Markets presentation, instead the management team will present the financial results for the full year 2021 and a 2022 business update via a webcast at 14.00 CET on the 1 February 2022. Please follow the event live at www.lundin-energy.com or dial in using the following telephone numbers with the pin code shown below:

UK/International:       +44 3333000804
Sweden:       +46 856642651
Norway:         +47 23500243
USA:       +1 6319131422
Access Pin:      17161382

Webcast link: https://edge.media-server.com/mmc/p/ifchzb4n


Update on third quarter 2021 financial results and audiocast details for 29 October 2021

Update on third quarter 2021 financial results and audiocast details for 29 October 2021

Update on third quarter 2021 financial results and audiocast details for 29 October 2021

14 October 2021

Lundin Energy AB (Lundin Energy) will publish its financial report for the third quarter 2021 on Friday, 29 October 2021. For the third quarter 2021, Lundin Energy will expense pre-tax exploration and appraisal costs of approximately MUSD 38 and recognise a net foreign exchange loss of approximately MUSD 97.

Exploration and appraisal costs
It is the Company’s policy to capitalize costs associated with its exploration and appraisal activities and if it is determined that a commercial discovery has not been achieved, the associated costs are charged to the income statement. For the third quarter of 2021, Lundin Energy will incur a pre-tax charge to the income statement of MUSD 38 relating to exploration and appraisal costs. These costs will be offset by a tax credit of approximately MUSD 30. The costs are mainly related to the Merckx well in PL981, the second Iving appraisal well in PL820S and relinquished licences.

Foreign exchange loss
Lundin Energy will recognise a net foreign exchange loss of approximately MUSD 97 for the third quarter of 2021. Both the Norwegian Krone and the Euro weakened against the US Dollar by approximately three percent during the third quarter of 2021. The foreign exchange loss is largely non-cash and mainly relates to the revaluation of loan balances at the prevailing exchange rates at the balance sheet date.

Change in under/overlift balances
Lundin Energy recognises income based on its sold volume (sales method). Consequently, changes in inventory and under/overlift balances are reported as an adjustment to cost, valued at production cost, including depletion. During the third quarter of 2021, Lundin Energy was overlifted by 7.6 Mboepd.

Revenue from crude oil sales from third parties
Lundin Energy markets its own crude oil production and at times markets crude oil from third parties. For the third quarter 2021, revenue from the sale of crude oil from third parties amounted to MUSD 119.8 offset by the purchase of crude oil from third parties of MUSD 118.8, resulting in a gross profit of MUSD 1.0.

Release of report and audiocast on 29 October 2021
Lundin Energy’s financial report for the third quarter 2021 will be published on Friday 29 October at 07:30 CEST, followed by a live audiocast at 14:00 CEST where Nick Walker, President and CEO, and Teitur Poulsen, CFO, will be commenting on the report and the latest developments in Lundin Energy.

Follow the presentation live on www.lundin-energy.com or dial in using the following telephone numbers:

Sweden +46 8 56642651
UK +44 3333000804
United States +1 6319131422
Norway +47 23500243
Access Pin : 73770326
Link : https://edge.media-server.com/mmc/p/egyufnjf

 

Successful refinancing into a USD 5 billion corporate credit facility

Successful refinancing into a USD 5 billion corporate credit facility

Successful refinancing into a USD 5 billion corporate credit facility

14 December 2020

Lundin Energy AB (the ‘Company”) is pleased to announce that is has successfully completed the refinancing of its existing secured USD 4.75 billion Reserves Based Lending facility (“RBL”) and other corporate facilities, into a new, lower margin USD 5 billion five year corporate facility, (the “Facility”).

Highlights
• New USD 1.5 billion five-year Revolving Credit Facility (“RCF”)
• New USD 3.5 billion 2 to 5 year maturity term loans
• Weighted average margin of 1.6 percent above LIBOR(1) which is 0.9 percentage points lower compared to the current RBL margin
• Inclusion of ESG Key Performance Indicators (“KPI”), impacting margin according to performance
• 16 international banks in the Facility
• Additional ‘accordion’ option of up to USD 1 billion

The Facility is a combination of a five-year USD 1.5 billion RCF and USD 3.5 billion term loans, split across two, three, four and five year maturities, replacing the current USD 4.75 billion RBL and USD 500 million of other credit facilities. The average margin across the Facility is significantly improved to 1.6 percent above LIBOR1, from the current RBL rate of 2.5 percent above LIBOR. The Facility also includes the option to bring in additional commitments in an accordion option of up to USD 1 billion. In line with the Company’s best in class environmental profile, ESG KPIs on carbon intensity and renewable electricity generation have been incorporated into the margin payable, providing further financial incentives for the delivery of the Decarbonisation Strategy and 2030 carbon neutrality target. The structure of the Facility is such, that it is compatible with unsecured bond issuances through the debt capital markets at pari passu terms, which could be utilised at an appropriate time to diversify the Company’s capital structure.

Teitur Poulsen, CFO of Lundin Energy comments:
“I am very pleased to announce the successful completion of the refinancing of our credit facilities into a simplified and more flexible structure of RCF and term loans, on significantly better terms. For the first time we are also including ESG KPIs into our debt framework, which will serve to offer an economic incentive to continue improving our Carbon emissions performance. This further demonstrates the financial value which can be realised from industry leading sustainable operations. I believe it is a sign of the resilience of the business, quality of the asset base and future growth profile that we were able to secure continued support from our key lenders on enhanced terms. This was achieved while successfully trading through one of the most challenging oil markets in recent years. The Facility gives us additional flexibility in terms of our financial framework and improved liquidity headroom, which alongside our BBB– (2) credit rating, positions the Company’s balance sheet well, as we continue to pursue our organic growth strategy.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our existing lenders who continue to support us in this new Facility and also welcome the new faces into the bank syndicate.”

1) LIBOR: London Inter-Bank Offered Rate
2) S&P Global Inc.

Lundin Petroleum announces its 2020 budget, production guidance and capital markets day information

Lundin Petroleum announces its 2020 budget, production guidance and capital markets day information

Lundin Petroleum announces its 2020 budget, production guidance and capital markets day information

31 January 2020

Lundin Petroleum AB (Lundin Petroleum) is pleased to announce its 2020 development, appraisal, exploration and abandonment budget which totals USD 1.27 billion and represents a 30 percent increase on 2019 capital expenditure. The production guidance for 2020 is between 145 to 165 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day (Mboepd) and the long-term production guidance is increased to 160 – 170 Mboepd from 2021 with a target of over 200 Mboepd.

2020 guidance2019 results
Production145 to 165 Mboepd93.3 Mboepd
Operating costUSD 3.4 per boeUSD 4.03 per boe
Development expenditureMUSD 895MUSD 672
Exploration & Appraisal expenditureMUSD 225MUSD 298
Abandonment expenditureMUSD 50MUSD 4
Renewables InvestmentsMUSD 100
Long-term guidanceUpdated guidancePrevious guidance
Production160 to 170 Mboepd (2021 onwards)>150 Mboepd from Johan Sverdrup Phase 1 plateau (2020)
Target >200 Mboepd~170 Mboepd from Johan Sverdrup full field plateau (2023)
Operating costUSD 3.2 to 4.2 per boeUSD 3.4 to 4.4 per boe from 2020 onwards

2020 Production Guidance
The average production in 2019 was 93.3 Mboepd, which was above the mid-point of the upgraded 2019 production guidance of between 90 and 95 Mboepd, and 10 percent above the mid-point of the original guidance of 75 to 95 Mboepd. Lundin Petroleum’s production guidance for 2020 is between 145 to 165 Mboepd, reflecting the ramp-up of Johan Sverdrup Phase 1 to plateau levels by the summer of 2020 and a planned two-week maintenance shutdown at Edvard Grieg in the second quarter of 2020. The production contribution is split approximately 50 percent from the Johan Sverdrup field, 40 percent from the Edvard Grieg field and the remainder from the other assets.

The long-term production guidance for the Company has been increased to between 160 and 170 Mboepd from 2021 onwards, with a target of over 200 Mboepd from upsides from existing fields. The updated long-term guidance reflects the sale of a 2.6 percent interest in Johan Sverdrup during 2019, which is offset by an extension of the Edvard Grieg plateau period.

Development Budget
The 2020 development expenditure is budgeted at USD 895 million, which is an increase of one-third over 2019 levels. The Edvard Grieg tie-back projects, Solveig and Rolvsnes EWT will see increased activity compared to last year, and drilling will start on the Edvard Grieg infill campaign.

Approximately 40 percent of the 2020 budgeted development expenditure relates to the non-operated Johan Sverdrup field (WI 20%). The remaining spend for the Phase 1 project relates mainly to the drilling of additional development wells, while the Phase 2 project will see another active year of construction ahead of scheduled start-up in Q4 2022.

Approximately 35 percent of the budgeted development expenditure relates to the operated Solveig project (WI 65%) and the Rolvsnes Extended Well Test (WI 80%). Both projects will be subsea tie-backs to Edvard Grieg and are being implemented together. In 2020, offshore construction activities will take place, which include the installation of the subsea equipment and pipelines. On Solveig, drilling will start on the first development wells during the year and the project remains on track for first oil in Q1 2021.

The Edvard Grieg field (WI 65%) 2020 programme, includes drilling of the first of the three infill wells sanctioned in 2019, as well as contribution to the Utsira High Area power from shore system.

Budgeted expenditure at the non-operated Alvheim area involves the drilling of two infill wells.

Exploration and Appraisal Budget
The exploration and appraisal budget for 2020 is USD 225 million and involves the drilling of 10 wells, of which five are operated, and is targeting over 650 MMboe of net unrisked resources.

Four exploration wells are planned in the Southern Barents Sea. Two wells will be drilled on the Loppa high area close to the Alta/Gohta discoveries, targeting the Polmak prospect in PL609 (WI 40%) and the Bask prospect in PL533B (WI 40%). The other wells to be drilled are Schenzhou in PL722 (WI 20%) close to the Wisting oil discovery, and Spissa in PL960 (WI 20%).

In the Norwegian Sea two wells are planned, an appraisal well on the Balderbrå gas discovery made in 2018 in PL894 (WI 10%) estimated to contain between 50 and 140 MMboe of gross resources and an exploration well on the Melstein prospect in PL886 (WI 60%).

Four exploration wells are planned to be drilled in the Norwegian North Sea, Iving in PL820S (WI 40%) and Hasselbaink in PL917 (WI 20%) both located east of the Alvheim area, Merckx in PL981 (WI 60%) in the greater Utsira High area within tie-back distance to Edvard Grieg, and the Dovregubben prospect in PL976 (WI 50%) on the Sele High southeast of the Utsira High.

Abandonment Expenditure
The 2020 abandonment expenditure budget is USD 50 million for abandonment of the Brynhild development wells, representing the bulk of the field abandonment costs, and with the subsea facilities scheduled to be decommissioned in 2021.

Renewables Power Investments
Investments in the Leikanger hydropower and Metsälamminkangas windfarm renewables power projects in 2020 is USD 100 million, representing approximately eight percent of the Company’s total capital spend, which also reflects the intention to farm-down 50% of the 100% acquired interest in the Metsälamminkangas project.

2020 Capital Markets Day information
Lundin Petroleum will be hosting its 2020 Capital Markets Day on 31 January 2020 at 11.00 CET (10.00 GMT) at the London Stock Exchange. The Capital Markets Day will include presentations by the Company’s management team on its fourth quarter 2019 financial results, the business strategy, the 2020 budgeted development campaign and its exploration and appraisal programme.

Details for the live webcast:
Sweden +46 8 56642651
UK +44 3333000804
United States +1 6319131422
Norway +47 23500243

Access Pin : 58812582

Link : https://lundinpetroleum.videosync.fi/2020-01-31-q4_cmd

 

Update on third quarter 2019 financial results and audiocast details for 31 October 2019


Update on third quarter 2019 financial results and audiocast details for 31 October 2019

16 October 2019

Lundin Petroleum AB (Lundin Petroleum) will publish its financial report for the third quarter 2019 on Thursday 31 October 2019. For the third quarter 2019, Lundin Petroleum will recognise a post-tax accounting gain of approximately MUSD 757 in relation to the sale of a 2.6 percent working interest in the Johan Sverdrup project. Lundin Petroleum will also expense pre-tax exploration costs of approximately MUSD 14 and recognise a largely non-cash net foreign exchange loss of approximately MUSD 272.

Exploration costs
For the third quarter of 2019, Lundin Petroleum will incur pre-tax exploration costs of approximately MUSD 14 which will be charged to the income statement and offset by a tax credit of approximately MUSD 11. The exploration costs are mainly related to the dry well on the Rumpetroll prospect located in PL869.

Foreign exchange
Lundin Petroleum will recognise a net foreign exchange loss of approximately MUSD 272 for the third quarter of 2019. The Norwegian Krone weakened against the US Dollar by approximately 7 percent and the Euro weakened against the US Dollar by approximately 4 percent during the third quarter of 2019. The foreign exchange loss is largely non-cash and mainly relates to the revaluation of loan balances at the prevailing exchange rates at the balance sheet date.

Accounting gain on sale of 2.6 percent working interest in Johan Sverdrup
Lundin Petroleum completed the sale of a 2.6 percent working interest in the Johan Sverdrup development project during the third quarter and will recognise a post-tax accounting gain on the transaction of approximately MUSD 757.

Change in under/overlift balances
Lundin Petroleum recognises income based on its sold volume (sales method). Consequently, changes in under/overlift balances are reported as an adjustment to cost valued at production cost including depletion. During the third quarter of 2019, Lundin Petroleum was overlifted by 2.3 Mboepd.

Release of report and audiocast on 31 October 2019
Lundin Petroleum’s financial report for the third quarter 2019 will be published on Thursday 31 October at 07:30 CET, followed by a live audiocast at 09:00 CET where Alex Schneiter, President and CEO, and Teitur Poulsen, CFO, will be commenting on the report and the latest developments in Lundin Petroleum.

Follow the presentation live on www.lundin-petroleum.com or dial in using the following telephone numbers:

Sweden: +46 8 519 993 55
Norway: +47 23 500 211
UK: +44 203 194 05 50
International Toll Free: +1 855 269 26 05

Link : https://lundinpetroleum.videosync.fi/2019-10-31-q3

 

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Lundin Energy publishes the Report on Payments to Governments for 2020 (regulatory)

Update on Q1 2020 financial results and audiocast details for 30 April 2020 (regulatory)

Update on third quarter 2019 financial results and audiocast details for 31 October 2019 (regulatory)