Norway: Won't intervene in Oil Strike for Now

The government of Norway, the world”s eighth-largest oil exporters, is far from intervening in a strike by oil workers, the country”s labour minister said on Wednesday, just as data showed a larger drop in output than previously estimated.

The strike has cut production by about 240,000 barrels of oil per day, or 15 percent of capacity, the Norwegian oil industry association (OLF) said.

Norway says won”t intervene in oil strike for now

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