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Tina BruTina Bru

Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy

Ms. Tina Bru was appointed Minister of Petroleum and Energy on 24 January 2020. Bru is a member of the Norwegian parliament (Stortinget) for the Conservative Party (Høyre) from Rogaland county (elected 2013 and 2017). Until her appointment, Bru was a member of the parliament's Standing Committee on Energy and the Environment. Bru is married, has one child and lives in Stavanger.

Bru holds a bachelor degree in management from BI Stavanger. Her political background include several roles in Norwegian Young Conservatives party and as an elected representative to Stavanger City Council (2007-2012) and Rogaland County Council (2011-2013) before she was elected to the parliament in 2013.

Takes part in

Jan, 19 1:30 PM CET
Main Stage

Leveraging the Oil & Gas Sector to Accelerate a Sustainable Energy Transition

The oil & gas sector now plays the main role in the entire energy industry worldwide. Its engagement and proactivity in building a more sustainable future is playing a crucial role. Moreover, it’s very clear that the transitioning of the energy industry cannot be fully completed without collaborative efforts with the oil & gas sector.
Tina Bru Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy