DONG Energy is cutting 280 jobs at its oil and gas division – nearly a third of its workforce in that sector.
The latest layoffs are a result of DONG Energy writing down the value of its oil projects by 16 billion kroner in its most recent financial report.
Falling oil prices not good for everyone
“Market conditions are putting pressure on our oil business and we need to adapt,” a Dong representative told DR Nyheder. “We need to cut costs and, unfortunately, reduce the number of employees.”
The company went through a similar round of layoffs in the autumn of 2014 when 100 jobs were cut.