Norway oil and gas output cut due to strike — RT World News


A protest by offshore workers may cost up to 13% of the country’s total natural gas production

Norway, a leading European supplier of hydrocarbons, is reducing its output of oil and natural gas due to a strike by senior offshore workers, which began on Tuesday.

The Norwegian Organization of Managers and Executives (Lederne) union is demanding an increase in wages to compensate for surging inflation, according to Reuters. During the first day of the…



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