DONG Energy is a leading energy company in Northwestern Europe and is headquartered in Denmark. The company’s 6,700 employees are dedicated to developing, creating and running offshore wind mill parks, producing power and heating, supplying energy to retail and corporate clients and producing oil and gas. For 2015 the company had a turnover of 9.5 billion EUR. Since 2006, DONG Energy has transitioned from being a coal-intensive utility company to being a global leader in renewable energy. Today, DONG Energy produces 26 per cent of the world’s total offshore wind capacity.

 

DONG Energy CEO Henrik Poulsen said: "DONG Energy has a solid platform for its future growth, and we have looked forward to this first day of trading at Nasdaq Copenhagen. The listing is a milestone for the company, for our employees and for the new shareholders, whom we are pleased to invite so that they can take part in DONG Energy’s continued transformation.”

 

Adam Kostyál, Senior Vice President Global Listing Services EMEA, said: “We are proud to welcome DONG Energy to the Nasdaq Copenhagen exchange. DONG Energy will provide investors all over the world with a new opportunity to invest and diversify in growth, utilities, and renewables on a regulated and transparent Nasdaq market. We look forward to support DONG Energy as they continue their transformation and growth strategy and in their dialogue with the local and global investors here at Nasdaq.” 

 

 

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