SUPPLY CONTRACT MAY RESOLVE ISSUE OF FRIGG FIELD GAS EXPORTS

One of three gas supply contracts signed by Norway's gas negotiating committee (GFU) could be the key to solving a dispute between Norwegian and British governments over gas exports from Frigg field in the North Sea. GFU agreed to supply power generator ScottishPower 1.7 billion cu m of gas from another field, Froy, off Norway, starting when the field goes on stream in October 1995. The deal involves about 60% of Froy's associated gas, which is owned by field partners Den norske stats

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