Talisman eyes asset sales to curb losses

Shaking the tree: Talisman chief executive Hal Kvisle

The new boss of Talisman Energy has indicated possible asset sales in the North Sea and other core regions as a hefty after-tax impairment charge of $443 million – including a hit on the troubled Yme project off Norway – led to a huge loss in the third quarter.

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