NORWAY MAY OPEN NEW AREAS; BARENTS SEA RULES MAY CHANGE

Norway's Ministry of Industry & Energy has outlined offshore areas that may be confirmed in 1994 95 as new sites for exploration in the 15th licensing round. The disclosure came in a white paper presented to Storting, Norway's parliament. The ministry wants to open new areas of the Norwegian Sea and in the Skagarrak area off southern Norway. It also plans to change regulations governing Barents Sea exploration. As expected, tax concessions were not included among measures designed to

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