Two Statoil employees confirmed dead

Statoil: Two workers who have been missing since the terror attack at In Amenas in Algeria are confirmed dead

Statoil received the sad news today that two of our respected and dear colleagues who have been missing since the terror attack at In Amenas in Algeria are confirmed dead.

The two are Tore Bech (58 years old from Bergen, Norway) and Thomas Snekkevik (35 years old from Austrheim/Bergen, Norway).

“Our thoughts are first and foremost with the families and close friends who have lost their loved ones in this horrific and senseless attack on innocent people,” says chief executive Helge Lund.

“All of us in Statoil share their grief and express our deep sympathy during this difficult time. We are still very concerned about our three colleagues who remain missing.”

Three Statoil employees are still missing after the terror attack on 16 January.

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