Our Arctic Neighbors: Accord paves way for Barents development
Resolution of maritime border dispute between Norway and Russia bodes well for increased Western involvement in Russian projects
It is not unusual for petroleum deposits in remote areas of the world to be brought into production a decade or more after their discovery, especially when exploration and delineation of those hydrocarbons are delayed for political reasons, such as the boundary dispute between Norway and Russia for....
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State-owned Statoil to be Russia’s partner on border
Strong motivations for both countries
Revitalize Russia’s shipbuilding industry
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