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Can Norwegian gas save Europe?

By DW
05 November 2022   |   11:08 am
Norway is expected to export nearly 90 billion cubic metres (bcm) of gas to the European Union, nearly 25% of its expected gas needs this year, according to forecasts from energy consultancy Rystad. Exports to Britain could reach 36 bcm, nearly 50% of the country's total gas demand.

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