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Orsted: Conclusion of Share Buy-Back Programme

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15-Nov-2018


On 1 November 2018, Ørsted initiated a share buy-back programme as described in company announcement no. 29 of 1 November 2018. According to the programme, Ørsted will in the period from 1 November 2018 to 15 November 2018, both days inclusive, repurchase up to 110,000 shares, corresponding to 0.03% of the current share capital of Ørsted, subject to a maximum total purchase price of 51 DKK million. The programme has been implemented in accordance with Regulation (EU) No. 596/2014 of the European Parliament and Council of 16 April 2014 and the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052 of 8 March 2016, also referred to as the ‘Safe Harbour rules'.

Trading dayNumber of shares bought backAverage transaction priceAmount DKK
Accumulated for trading days 1-5  64,671429.8927,801,497.35
6:  08-11-2018  11,970451.07  5,399,345.01
7:  09-11-2018  9,200453.61  4,173,254.32
8:  12-11-2018  0 -  0.00
9:  13-11-2018  15,867453.80  7,200,384.31
10:  14-11-2018  8,292458.79   3,804,278.39
Accumulated for trading days 1-10110,000439.8148,378,759.37

The share buy-back programme announced has now been concluded as the maximum number of 110,000 shares have been repurchased.

As of today, Ørsted holds a total of 335,904 shares of nominal value DKK 10 in Ørsted, corresponding to 0.08% of the total number of issued shares.

The details of each transaction made under the share buy-back programme are presented in the attached appendix.

SharesShare BuybackOrsted

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