‘Norway will provide support to developing countries that are seeking to reduce subsidies for coal and other fossil fuels. Cutting fossil fuel subsidies will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and will free up more funding for sustainable development efforts. Norway is providing NOK 100 million for fossil-fuel subsidy reform,’ said Minister of Foreign Affairs Børge Brende.
Til orientering: Ambassaden har gått bort fra den gamle ordningen med registreringsskjema og har nå gått over til elektronisk registrering på reiseregistrering.no
From the 18th to 23rd of February, the Embassy had the pleasure of receiving a visit from the Standing Committee on Energy and the Environment.
Norway has a long history of cooperation with Tanzania in the petroleum sector, of which the partnership started in the 1980s. However, Tanzania became part of the Oil for Development (OfD) programme after the large offshore discoveries of gas, with the signing of a bilateral cooperation agreement (NOK 27 mill., 2013-15) between Tanzania and Norway in March 2012.