Germany, Norway Tie Natural Gas Knot
Norwegian major Statoil announced Tuesday it signed an agreement with Germany’s Wintershall to deliver natural gas to the regional European market.
Statoil said it will deliver 1.5 trillion cubic feet of natural gas to German and surrounding markets under the terms of a 10-year sales agreement.
Wintershall Chief Executive Officer Rainer Seele said the agreement benefits both companies.
“The agreement with Statoil, a long-term and reliable energy partner with Germany for decades, is a significant milestone for Wintershall,” he said in a statement. “For us this means that we can also use the volumes we produce from the North Sea in Europe in the future without having to expand our own infrastructure.”
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