Leo Pharma can switch away from gas within 72 hours if needed

The pharmaceutical company has backup generators that run on oil, it reveals after the Danish state asked companies to prepare for a situation where the gas supplies are interrupted.

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45 Danish companies, which make up around 20 percent of the country’s gas consumption, including Leo Pharma, have been asked by the government to provide a plan for what they will do if gas supplies are cut off with three days’ notice, Danish daily Berlingske reports.

The companies have therefore been working in high gear to discover how they can manage without gas. Leo Pharma was one of the companies summoned to a meeting with the Danish Energy Agency (Energistyrelsen) and Energinet, the Danish national gas grid operator.

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