Strike in Norway: Gas production could drop significantly

Amid deep concerns about Europe’s energy security, Norwegian oil and gas workers have laid down their work in a fight for higher wages. The measures could be expanded in the coming days, potentially reducing the country’s gas production by almost a quarter. As a result, prices rose on commodity markets: The British wholesale price for gas for next-day delivery jumped by over 18 percent.

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