Norwegian Gas Supply

As Europe’s most important source of indigenous gas supply, Norway is a vital part of the region’s energy balance, but the outlook for future production has often been seen as rather obscure. This paper attempts to rectify that situation with a detailed assessment of the upstream potential in the seas offshore Norway, by reviewing the assessments of the key players and analysing the risks and opportunities that are still available for future exploration and production. The author has conducted extensive interviews with the key stakeholders, and will provide an independent assessment of the results as he looks to provide a more concrete outlook for the future of Norwegian gas exports.

By: Marshall Hall


Gas , Gas Programme


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