Norwegian Prime Minister: We are cranking out gas at maximum capacity

Regardless of willingness, Norway is unable to export more gas to European markets. Not until later this year will it be possible to dial up Norwegian supplies using Baltic Pipe and LNG, says Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre in an interview with EnergyWatch.

There is nothing else to be done, said Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre when asked about the possibility of more gas from Norway in an interview with EnergyWatch | Photo: Ólafur Steinar Rye Gestsson

The mist envelops the roof of Amager Bakke on this frosty morning which sees Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre pay a visit to the waste-to-energy plant. Despite the foggy environs, the Norwegian head of state has a clear view on a matter which most parts of the Western world have shown interest in.

What is Norway, as Europe’s second largest gas exporter, able to do to help Europe reduce gas imports from Russia?

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