The International Oil Industry and National Economy Development: The Case of Norway

  • Petter Nore


This chapter will analyse the role of the state in the international oil industry. The main focus will be a case study of Norway, but the chapter will also refer extensively to the present situation in the OPEC countries.


Downstream Activity OPEC Country Total Rent Norwegian Continental Shelf Norwegian State 
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