Per Lars Tonstad is a Norwegian journalist and author. He has published 14 books in Norway. For many years, he was a correspondent for the Norwegian newspaper, Dagbladet, covering national and international politics. He was a correspondent for the newspaper in Moscow. Since 2003, he has been a freelancer, based in Stavanger, the Norwegian oil capitol. Currently, he lives in Portugal.
Our Oil - the Man and the Challenges
Farouk Al-Kasim has been called the "Iraqi who saved Norway from oil", and the "greatest value creator in Norway ever." (Financial Times).When he was 16 years old, he was sent to London to study geology. He met a girl from Norway, and they married. Under dramatic circumstances the family had to run ...