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Norwegian government pushed for Rossport deal

The intervention of the incoming Norwegian government was a key factor in brokering the deal that led to the release of the so-called Rossport Five, according to reliable sources.

1st October, 2005

The intervention of the incoming Norwegian government was a key factor in brokering the deal that led to the release of the so-called Rossport Five, according to reliable sources.

The Norwegian state owns 71 per cent of Statoil, which is a minority shareholder in the Corrib field. Senior politicians are believed to have put pressure on Statoil to help to resolve the dispute.

A senior Statoil executive travelled to Dublin last week and is believed to...

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