Fugro


Q2: renewables provide a breath of fresh air

31/07/20 -"It could have been worse, thanks to offshore wind supporting the activity and up 40% yoy. As a result, oil and gas accounted for 42% of Fugro’s sales, compared to 52% for FY19. This trend could ..."

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31/07/20
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