PetroNor chief detained in Norwegian corruption probe


Issue 453 - 06 Jan 2022 - By Jon Marks | 2 minute read

West and central Africa-focused independent PetroNor E&P’s chief executive Knut Søvold remains under investigation by the Norwegian economic crime agency, Økokrim, after being detained in a pre-Christmas swoop related to an ongoing case concerning corruption in African projects.

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