Oil companies expect to invest less in Norway

Oil companies are planning to invest less money on the Norwegian shelf next year. Investments in 2017 are now expected to reach USD 17.1 billion, which is 3.6 percent less than what the companies said they expected to spend when asked in the second quarter.

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Danish Shipping: The challenge of sulfur cheating is real

The risk of carriers cheating with sulfur requirements to benefit financially is a real threat to law-abiding shipowners from 2020, says Maria Skipper Schwenn, Executive Director of Danish Shipping. She rejects the criticism that that the industry is exerting too much energy chasing ghosts.

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