Petronas leaves Aker investigations to authorities


Aker Solutions senior vice-president Ahmad Hatta Kamaruzzaman has claimed trial to a charge of cheating by making false representation involving the company’s ownership status.

PETALING JAYA: Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) has said it will leave the investigations into Norway’s largest oil services provider Aker Solutions to the authorities on allegations that the latter was making a false statement on its dealings with the national oil company.

In a statement, Petronas said it was not in a position to provide any statement and would extend its fullest cooperation to the relevant authorities, as the allegations were now under the purview of the authorities.

Aker Solutions senior vice-president Ahmad Hatta Kamaruzzaman has claimed trial to a charge of cheating by making false representation involving the company’s ownership status. ― Bernama

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