Oil prices in modest decline despite Norwegian strike

The strike in Norway is expected to reduce oil and gas production by 89,000 barrels of oil equivalents per day.

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Tuesday morning around 8:45 CET, the price on Brent oil has decreased a bit after an increase previously in the morning.

Supplies might be limited in the wake of a strike among Norwegian offshore workers in the oil and gas sector.

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