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Coming just three months after the sale of Dong Energy's North Sea oil and gas production to German-based Ineos, Maersk's move to offload its oil division has been welcomed by the government and trade unions alike.That will mean keeping up production from the North Sea fields, which Total has promised to do.Denmark, which is also home to Vestas Wind Systems (a company that produces more turbines than any other manufacturer on the planet), now gets more than 40 percent of its electricity needs from renewable sources, according to 2015 data, and aims to reach more than 50 percent by 2020 . The country's green sector already employs about 67,000 people, double the number of workers in its North Sea industry.
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