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Norway base conversion reflects growing strategic importance of Arctic
The acquisition by Wilnor Governmental Services (WGS) of Olavsvern naval base in northern Norway may mark a key step forward in helping NATO allies boost their presence in the Arctic.
WGS – part of global maritime service provider Wilhelmsen Group – announced the deal at the beginning of January. WGS will assume control of the base through the acquisition of 66% of Olavsvern Group, a company that had been using the base to support operators in the oil and gas industry and other private sector businesses.
Olavsvern was a key Arctic naval base during the Cold War, but was decommissioned from ...
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