Could this Strike Affect Global Oil Prices?
This segment is from Tuesday's edition of 'Digging for Value', in which sector analysts Joel South and Taylor Muckerman discuss energy & materials news with host Alison Southwick. The twice-weekly show can be viewed on Tuesdays & Thursdays. It can also be found on Twitter, along with our extended coverage of the energy & materials sectors @TMFEnergy.
While the biggest threats right now, stemming from the strikes in Norway, are maintenance related, a prolonged battle could affect global energy prices. Norway is the largest producer of oil in western Europe and Statoil , one of the companies being affected, produces 70% of the countries oil. For Statoil and ConocoPhillips , a timely solution to this wage debate is certainly on the Christmas wishlist. For more information, tune in to the video below.
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