MOSCOW, 7 Sep — PRIME. Norway may agree to voluntarily cap gas prices, Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Stere told the Financial Times.
“I don’t close the door to any ideas… It is in Norway’s deepest interests to reduce instability, increase reliability for our allies and partners,” he said.
According to the politician, Norway wants Europe to perceive it as a reliable and long-term fuel supplier. Thus, Oslo has already increased gas supplies to other European countries by ten percent this year and is ready for discussion
At the same time, Stere urged that all decisions be carefully weighed in order to avoid a reduction in supply and not jeopardize the supply of energy resources.
Earlier it was reported that the EU wants to introduce a price limit for gas coming from Russia in the amount of 50 euros per megawatt-hour, but they consider this measure risky.