Norway launches large-scale collaboration with Brazil

With a Brazilian collaborative agreement concerning the development of future oil and gas technologies, Norway plans to secure its position as a leading industrial country.

Photo: Øyvind Hagen - Statoil

Oil productions at sea off the coasts of Norway and Brazil are similar in many ways, and those similarities will now be used to develop new technologies that will benefit both countries' oil and gas productions. Norway signed a collaborative agreement with Brazil on Monday aimed at development and research in the offshore segment, to ensure that Norway, going forward, maintains its position as market leader.

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