Norwegian oil pay highest in world
With an average annual wage of USD 175.000 (one million kroner), Norway’s oil employees now earn more than twice the world average, research shows.
According to the survey, one of three oil workers globally expects wages will increase by up to 10 percent this year.
* Oil price fallen USD 20 per barrel in three months. * OPEC to try to slow dramatic fall. * Falling oil price and tough international competition may spawn up to 25% investment cut. * Could reinforce oil industry crisis.
The government's partner Party wants answers as to the importance of the giant field being controlled from Stavanger.