July 2021, Vol. 248, No. 7


Norway’s Pipeline Sector Continues to Grow

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor   Norway has benefited from North Sea oil and gas for over half a century. At the start of 2021, Norway was the world’s third-largest gas exporter and fifteenth biggest oil producer after Qatar, reported the BP “Statistical Review of World Energy 2020.”   Last year, Norway produced about 8 Bcf (226.5 MMcm) of marketable oil equivalent, and total sales of gas amounted to 3.96 Tcf (112.3 Bcm). According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), Europe took over 95% of Norway’s natural gas and crude oil exports in 2017, meeting 18% and 7%, respectively, of Europe’s needs.    The country has two separate pipeline operations: one for natural g

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