Norway’s upcoming general elections on 11 September may mark the beginning of an about-turn in the country’s oil and gas policies even if radical changes are not expected any time soon.
The lack of a significant advantage for either of the two main parties – Labour and the Conservatives, both of which are traditionally positive towards fossil fuels – means that smaller parties will likely be the kingmakers. The Greens have said that a ban on oil and gas exploration in Norway within 15 years would...
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