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Norway government wins court appeal over lowered gas pipeline tariffs

A lawsuit brought by Solveig Gas, Silex Gas, Njord Gas Infrastructure and Infragas against the Norwegian government was ruled in favour of the government. The plaintiffs argued that Norway’s cut in gas pipeline tariff would cost them 15 billion Norwegian crowns ($1.8 billion) in lost earnings through 2028, which was illegal.

read more... 03/07/2017


Norway: Gjoea field will remain shut until the source of gas leak is found

Norway’s Gjoea oil and gas field will stay closed until the source of gas leak the obliged operator Engie to stop production on Wednesday has been found, according to the French company.

read more... 22/06/2017


Norway-Poland gas pipeline plan requires demand for 75% of capacity

A pipeline to provide Norwegian gas to Poland that will cost around 2 billion euros ($2.23 billion) will only be constructed if there is demand for minimum 75 percent of the gas it can convey, one of the associates in the project told Reuters.

read more... 19/06/2017


Norway prohibits the use of heating oil in buildings

Norway will ban the use of oil and paraffin to heat buildings starting from 2020 to cut domestic emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases, the government spokesman declared on Thursday.

read more... 16/06/2017


Statkraft will start sale of its stakes in two UK wind parks

Norway's state-owned electricity company Statkraft will this month offer for sale its stakes in two wind parks off Britain's coast, Sheringham Shoal and Dudgeon, and wants to reach an agreement early in 2018, as stated by a spokesman for the firm on Tuesday.

read more... 15/06/2017