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Desire to invest rising again in Norwegian offshore

The Norwegian oil and gas sector has become somewhat more optimistic about the future, and it now expects to make more investments in 2017 compared to just a few months ago, according to new numbers from the companies.

Investments in the Norwegian oil and gas sector will perhaps be somewhat higher than many had thought just a few months ago.

At any rate, new numbers from the Norwegian statistics bureau, Statistisk Sentralbyrå (SSB), indicate that the companies expect to invest more in the offshore sector in 2017 than was the case a few months ago.

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