OSLO, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Swedish oil and gas company Lundin
Energy is considering a potential sale, Bloomberg News
reported on Monday, citing unnamed sources.
Lundin, which has a market value of about $10 billion, is
studying strategic alternatives that could also include a merger
or asset disposals, the report said.
"We never comment on speculation," a Lundin Energy
spokesperson told Reuters when asked about the Bloomberg report.
The company's shares rose 10% in Stockholm trade.
Lundin's oil and gas operations are all in Norway, where it
owns a 20% stake in the Equinor-operated Johan Sverdrup field as
well as a range of smaller fields.
(Reporting by Nerijus Adomaitis
Editing by Terje Solsvik and David Goodman)