Norway oil drilling issues resurface with elections

Norway's discovery of oil in the 1960s transformed its economy.
But with climate change emerging as a primary issue in this month's parliamentary election, there are signs people are questioning the country's reliance on crude.
Fewer firms are now taking up Norway's offers to drill for new oilfields in the Arctic.
Al Jazeera's Paul Rhys reports from the northern city of Hammerfest, Norway.

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