Norway is now the world’s largest producer of oil and the world leader in natural gas.
The country is also the largest producer and consumer of natural gas in Europe.
The recent melting of the ice on its coast in the summer of 2012 is seen as a major turning point for the global economic recovery.
The world’s biggest producer of liquefied natural gas, Norway has become the world-leader in natural-gas production.
The Arctic Ocean is melting.
The sun is setting.
There is a big risk that global markets may experience a global downturn.
The Norwegian government is also investing heavily in renewable energy.
The government has set aside $2 billion for renewable energy, and it plans to spend more than $2 trillion on energy over the next two decades.
Norwegian officials are not the only ones who see this as a potential golden opportunity.
Some economists see it as a way to bring down the world debt load.
The collapse of oil prices in the United States and other parts of the world in recent years has triggered the collapse in global debt.
Norway has already seen some of this pressure from its low oil price.
It’s been the only major oil-producing country that has avoided a crisis of debt accumulation.
That has been the case since Norway’s oil price collapsed in the early 2000s.
The fall in oil prices and the subsequent financial crisis in the U.S. and other countries have had an impact on the Norwegian economy.
In the U, a record $1.6 trillion in U.N. aid was withdrawn last year as part of the International Monetary Fund’s latest austerity program, which was designed to stimulate economic growth and prevent the country from going bankrupt.
But that is only one part of a larger picture.
Another part is that Norway is one of the few countries in the world that is also a net exporter of energy.
This means that the cost of energy is cheaper in Norway than it is in the rest of the country.
The price of oil has also been falling in recent weeks, which has increased the competitiveness of Norwegian businesses.
This has allowed the Norwegian government to spend on renewable energy projects, such as solar panels, wind turbines and solar power plants.
There are many more of these projects planned.
This is good news for Norway.
It has seen a lot of demand for renewable energies in the past.
Norway was also one of only two countries in Europe that have not expanded its nuclear power program.
Norway now has two reactors at its nuclear facility, which will provide energy for nearly 10 million people.
The two reactors, which have a combined capacity of 17 GW, were commissioned in 2000.
Since then, they have been in operation at the site in Oslo, Norway.
There was also a new reactor at the Aarhus nuclear power plant, which started operations in 2010.
In 2012, the government also approved the construction of a nuclear power station in the nearby town of Lønsfjord.
Lønsefjords nuclear power is expected to be completed by 2022.
The construction of nuclear power plants in Norway is very much part of its economic strategy.
Norway is also one the countries that have a low carbon energy mix.
Norway ranks in the top 10 countries in terms of emissions per unit of GDP.
This was partly because the government has been building its energy supply from renewable energy sources.
Norway currently consumes only about 7 percent of the total global energy mix, but its carbon emissions have been growing.
The fact that Norway does not have a carbon tax is also part of this.
The tax rate is 30 percent on oil and 50 percent on coal, which is low in comparison to other developed countries.
Norway also has a very low carbon intensity index, which shows how much carbon is emitted per unit energy use.
A very low level of carbon intensity is often associated with very low energy consumption.
A high level of emissions is associated with high carbon intensity.
That is why Norway is the country that does not want to see its economy and energy mix change much.
In fact, many analysts have already said that Norway’s energy mix could continue to grow in line with the rise in energy demand in the future.
This might sound strange, but the world is currently experiencing a global recession.
In many countries, the economy has slowed and their debt loads are growing.
But Norway is seeing its economy grow faster than many of its neighbors.
The nation’s economy grew by 6.5 percent last year, and the government forecasts it will grow by 8.5 to 9 percent this year.
That means that Norway will be able to meet the needs of its people without the help of its current economic policies.
In Norway, we have a strong sense of community.
We have a good sense of social cohesion, which allows us to deal with issues in a constructive way.
The economy is doing well.
The job market is growing, and there is a lot to be proud of.
I hope that this economic progress will be a catalyst for the government to take further measures in order to help