Neighboring needs

Since oil and gas started flowing from the Norwegian and UK sectors of the North Sea, the two countries have had an amicable and frequently profitable relationship.For various technical reasons, much of Norwegian gas output has flowed into the UK from where it has been sold to third-party customers, and the UK has become a long-term customer for Norwegian gas.Divergent viewsThe fact is that Norway has the gas and the UK has the market.However, the two countries often have governments of different political complexions and see their North Sea assets in different ways.In the 1980s, the development of Sleipner field in Norway became a major issue between the two countries. The then state-own...

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