Reports

This is a list of selected reports published or received by The Office of the Prime Minister and the Ministries.   

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  • New ambassadors from Pakistan, Iraq, Maldives and Laos

    Four new ambassadors to Norway presented their letters of credence to His Majesty King Harald V on 15 October 2021.

  • Joint Statement of Support for the Asean Special Envoy on Myanmar

    The Governments of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Norway, the Republic of Korea, Timor‑Leste, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, on behalf of the European Union have issued a

  • Odd Roger Enoksen appointed new Minister of Defence

    Odd Roger Enoksen from The Centre Party was appointed as Minister in The Ministry of Defence in Norway Oct. 14th 2021.

  • The ocean nation of Norway

    Every day hundreds of thousands of Norwegians go to work in the ocean industries, which together account for about 70 per cent of Norway’s export earnings.

  • Political staff

    Political staff Minister of Foreign Affairs Anniken Huitfeldt Political staff Minister of International Development Anne Beathe Kristiansen Tvinnereim

  • Statement on the attacks in Kongsberg

    This is an important day for those of us who have been given responsibility as members of the new Government. It is also a very strange day on which to present a new Government.

    By Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre

  • History of the Ministry of Culture

    The Ministry of Culture was established in 1982 under the name Ministry of Culture and Science. Prior to that date, the Ministry of Church and Education bore national responsibility for Norwegian cultural affairs. Since then, the Ministry’s name and

  • New state secretaries

    Following the change of government at 12:00 noon today, where Jonas Gahr Støre’s government succeeded Erna Solberg’s government, the King has appointed a number of state secretaries in a Council of State.

  • Fields of responsibility in Jonas Gahr Støre’s government

    Having been appointed by the King in a session of the Council of State at 10:00 am today, Jonas Gahr Støre’s government met for its first Council of State session at the Royal Palace at 12:00 noon. Here, the division of responsibilities between the

  • New political advisers

    Following the change of government at 12:00 noon today, where Jonas Gahr Støre’s government succeeded Erna Solberg’s government, the Office of the Prime Minister has appointed a number of political advisers.

  • The Central Government's Outstanding Debt

    The Central Government's Outstanding Debt contains tables describing the debt issued by the State of Norway.

  • Questions and answers about the Longship project

    Here you find the most usual questions we receive about the fullscale CO₂ carbon capture, transport and storage project Longship.

  • Meld. St. 1 (2021–2022) National Budget 2022 - Chapter 3.1

    Norwegian National Budget 2022 Chapter 3.1 Fiscal policy (Solberg Government).

  • Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM)

    Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) is the world's largest facility for testing and development of carbon capture technologies. TCM has been in operation since May 2012 and is an arena for targeted testing and qualification of technology for industrial

  • International cooperation on CCS

    International cooperation is important in order to develop and commercialise CO2 capture, transport and storage (CCS) as an efficient climate tool. Norway cooperates with several countries through existing programs and institutions. Europe is an

  • What is Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)?

    Why Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)? CCS is short for carbon capture and storage and refers to the capture, transport and storage of CO₂. Carbon capture, utilisation and storage, or CCUS, is another term that is widely used. With CCUS, the CO2 is

  • Seafood and health

    Fish and other seafood contain high levels of many nutrients, and are good sources of proteins, fats (especially the long polyunsaturated marine n-3-fatty acids), vitamin D, vitamin B12, selenium and iodine.

  • Whaling

    As a part of old traditions in Norway, hunting for minke whale is being done in Norwegian waters. After a five year break, whaling started up again in 1993. In Norway, whale hunting has always been done in combination with traditional fisheries.

  • Offshore Energy Act

    The Act applies to Norway’s territorial sea outside the baselines and to the continental shelf, but individual provisions can also be made applicable to internal waters.

  • Meld. St. 1 (2021–2022) National Budget 2022 - Chapter 2.1

    Norwegian National Budget 2022 Chapter 2.1 Norwegian economy (Solberg Government).