Norway Juggles Energy Security, Transition Pressures

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Europe’s resolve to move off Russian hydrocarbons has underscored Norway’s role as a reliable supplier of gas to the region. But the crisis in Ukraine has also sharpened its ambition to become a key producer and exporter of renewable electricity. Yet juggling both near-term national energy security and Europe’s transition goals has already led to some political hand-wringing in Oslo amid friction over soaring power prices and grid constraints.

Renewable Electricity , Electricity Prices, CO2 Emissions, Low-Carbon Policy, Offshore Oil and Gas, Policy and Regulation
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