The list includes well-known names such as Conoco Phillips, Marathon Oil, Lundin Petroleum and Noble Energy.
On Tuesday this week it was announced that the Oil Fund will be out of crude oil production, and according to Bloomberg News, the Fund has also decided which shares it must sell.
However, this is not publicly known, as the fund does not state which shares it has in its holdings until year-end.
However, the Ministry of Finance announced earlier this week that 95 of these companies were included in the fund in mid-September, with a total value of $ 5.9 billion.
These companies the Fund must get out of.
However, Bloomberg News has managed to bring up a list from FTSE Russell, which shows an overview of crude oil producers, updated October 2 this year.
This list has the website crossed against the list of the Oil Fund's shareholding at the end of 2018.
Assuming that has not changed, these are the stocks the Oil Fund must dump:
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