Britain, Norway strengthen oil and gas links

The Norwegian and British Energy ministers have signed a joint agreement that includes further cooperation on oil and gas and use of technology for carbon capture and storage (CCS).

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LONDON – The Norwegian and British Energy ministers have signed a joint agreement that includes further cooperation on oil and gas and use of technology for carbon capture and storage (CCS).

Britain’s Chris Huhne and Norway’s Ola Borten Moe underlined their “commitment to support industry in the future development of our oil and gas resources in the North Sea using the best technology available to manage emissions, protect the environment, and maximize recovery of resources.”

They also agreed to continue to support efforts to further interconnection between the UK and Norway.

10/26/2011

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