Norway wants to maintain high natural gas production until 2030

Norway has held out the prospect of natural gas production at the current, record-high level until the end of the decade. The current production level should be able to be maintained until 2030, Energy Minister Terje Aasland told Reuters news agency on Tuesday. He said there were “projects and plans for development and operation that can help maintain the high gas levels in the future”. In light of an agreement signed with the EU in June, he said he was also confident about the long-term demand for Norwegian natural gas in Europe.

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