Fred. Olsen

The company is in charge of the day-to-day management of Bonheur ASA (BON), listed on Oslo Stock Exchange. BON has owning interests in a fleet of drilling vessels, cruise vessels and transport- and installation vessels for offshore wind turbines. The companies also hold interests in other renewable energy activities, including a portfolio of wind farm projects.

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