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Statoil gets green light to develop major field

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The Norwegian government has approved a development plan for Trestakk, where Statoil is operator. The expected costs of developing the field, according to the oil company, amount to NOK 5.5 billion.


BY SØREN PICO
Published 05.04.17 at 15:08

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