Norway targets WB experts, plays down role of Statoil, Norsk Hydro
NewsOctober 04, 2006
A bottleneck for expansion of Norway’s prestigious Oil for Development programme is the shortage of experts. Norway aims to double funding of oil-related aid schemes, but only 30-35 man years are currently available. The capacity has to be expanded and one source might be World Bank expertise. Statoil and Norsk Hydro have been asked to provide staff, but this initiative is likely to be played down.
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