Oil and Gas in the Capitals ///

The merger of Statoil and Norsk Hydro created a Norwegian oil and natural gas giant, with a dominant position on the Norwegian Continental Shelf and in deepwater E&P worldwide. In support of the merger, the two company boards had argued that economies of scale would cut costs in Norwegian operations and enhance international competitiveness. In reality, matters are more complex for the resultant company.

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