Norway's energy minister sets plan for mitigating nation's energy crisis

The Norwegian ministry of oil and energy presents a timetable for launching initiatives to help the country weather the energy crisis – starting this autumn.


The Norwegian government has presented a timetable for managing the country’s challenges in the ongoing energy crisis, shows a letter sent to Parliament by Minister of Petroleum and Energy Terja Aasland.

The plan is basically a letter of intent meant to help solve current problems, with Aasland proposing four initiatives.

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