Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

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The Royal Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (Norwegian : Olje- og energidepartementet) is a Norwegian ministry responsible for energy, including petroleum and natural gas production in the North Sea. It is led by Minister of Petroleum and Energy Tina Bru (Conservative Party). The department must report to the legislature, the Storting.

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Organisation

The ministry is divided into the following sections: [1]

Political staff

Subsidiaries

Subordinate government agencies: [2]

Wholly owned limited companies: [2]

Partially owned public limited companies: [2]

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References

  1. Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. "Organisation".
  2. 1 2 3 Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. "Associated offices and agencies". Archived from the original on 2008-03-02.