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Denmark is over halfway through the North Sea oil supply

After 45 years of extracting oil and gas, there is "still significant potential", according to Denmark's new North Sea strategy.

Denmark has only extracted a little more than half of the oil and gas that lies in the underground, according to the country's new North Sea strategy, which examines how the country can optimally utilize its resources.

There is "significant potential of around three billion barrels of oil," reads the strategy.

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