Energy policies of Norway in a global context

Tuesday, the International Energy Agency presents the evaluation of Norwegian energy policies in Oslo.

You can watch the live stream at 08.30 CEST here. 

‌Approximately every four years, the policies of individual member countries are reviewed in-depth by a team of peers led by the IEA. The IEA works to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for its 29 member countries and beyond, and focus on four main areas: energy security, economic development, environmental awareness and engagement worldwide. 

This Tuesday, Paul Simons presents "Energy policies of Norway in a global context" at the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy in Oslo at 08.30, and is welcomed by the Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Mr. Terje Søviknes. 

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- We appreciate the important work of the IEA in providing facts and statistics about energy around the world. The Norwegian Government recognizes that being blessed with vast energy resources requires sustainable management of oil and gas, hydropower and new renewables. For more than a hundred years, energy resources has played an importantpart of the Norwegian economy, and we have been able to build our welfare state around our rich energy resources, says MPE Mr. Terje Søviknes (Progress Party). 

The IEA's Paul Simons (right) hands over the report to Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy Terje Søviknes (left). (Photo:MPE).

The IEA's Paul Simons (right) hands over the report to Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy Terje Søviknes (left). (Photo:MPE).

The IEA's press release is available here. The full "Energy policies of Norway in a global context" report is available here.