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No fatal accidents in Norway's oil industry in 2018

16 months have passed since the last fatal accident in Norway, and as such, 2018 was a year without fatalities in the country's oil industry, shows the latest risk level numbers from Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority.

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2018 came and went without a single fatal accident in Norway, according to the latest figures from Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority on the risk levels in the country's oil industry.

There have thus been no deaths in the Norwegian oil industry in the 16 months since the accident at the Maersk Interceptor rig in December 2017, and this development is positive, writes the Petroleum Safety Authority.

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