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Norway may pursue Russian relations

Norway may have suspended military cooperation with its neighbour Russia over the Ukraine crisis, but it seems less keen to mothball its coordination on energy policy, notably in the high Arctic, writes Gerard O’Dwyer in Helsinki.

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PR June 2014 - p24.pdf

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Journal title: Petroleum Review

Region: Russia & Central Asia|Europe

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Policy and Governance - Drilling platforms - Oil and gas - Energy security - Floating production facility - Drilling technology - Energy policy - Offshore drilling - Offshore platforms - Oil production - Offshore oil and gas - Offshore exploration - Offshore production - Offshore technology - Oilfield development - Gas fields - Gas wells - Primary energy production -

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