Minister says Norwegian offshore wind won't come in time to electrify shelf

According to Norway's oil and energy minister, it's a Utopian idea that forthcoming offshore wind will play a role in electrifying the Norwegian shelf.

Photo: Jens Dresling

During the Norwegian Conservative Party's (Høyre) conference on Friday, the government party spread far and wide in topics discussed, and its oil and energy policy was not overlooked.

While it was decided that the tax and levy system needed no evaluation, electrification of the shelf was up for discussion.

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