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Vinge advises Gasum on acquisition of Swedish Biogas International

January 05, 2017

Vinge advises Gasum Oy on its acquisition 100% of the shares of the Swedish biogas producer Swedish Biogas International AB. The transaction makes Gasum the biggest producer of biogas in the Nordic countries. Through the acquisition, five biogas plants located in Jordberga, Katrineholm, Lidköping and Örebro as well as a majority shareholding in a production plant located in Västerås, Sweden, are transferred to Gasum’s ownership. Swedish Biogas International also has a 50% shareholding in Vadsbo Biogas.

Vinge’s team comprised primarily Peter Sundgren and Gustav Tengblad.

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