Former Norwegian minister assumes leadership of oil lobby

Anniken Hauglie, former Norwegian minister of labor and social affairs, who once urged stricter monitoring of the domestic oil sector, has started in her role as director general of the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association.

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After six months in professional quarantine due to her previous minister position, Hauglie has now started in her new role as director general of the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association.

Hauglie formerly served as minister of labor and social affairs for a term of approximately four years in the Conservative Party government.

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