The Norwegian Oil Fund – the peoples money The Norwegian Oil Fund – the peoples money
Published: 20. May 2016 Updated: 22. June 2017
The Norwegian Oil Fund is one of the worlds largest investment funds. The new exhibition "From oil wealth to financial wealth" tells the story of how the fund has become the people's money.
The Norwegian Oil Fund counts approximately 7000 billion NOK.
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This summers new exhibition at the Norwegian Petroleum Museum tells the story about the Norwegian Oil Fund and how Norway has transformed petroleum revenues into financial wealth.

Yngve Slyngstad, Øystein Olsen og Christine Sagen Helgø utgjorde det første, og svært sterke quizlaget under åpningen av utstillingen "Fra oljeformue til finansformue" på Oljemuseet. (Foto: Norges Bank/NOM)
CEO in the Oil Fund Yngve Slyngstad, governor in Norges Bank Øystein Olsen and mayor in Stavanger Christine Sagen Helgø were testing their Oil Fund knowledge in the quiz under the opening ceremony May 18.  (Photo: Norges Bank/NOM)

The exhibition “From oil wealth to financial wealth” opened May 18 and will be shown in the museum a years time.

The exhibition is a collaboration between the Norwegian Petroleum Museum and Norges Bank, in the year of the bank’s 200-years anniversary.

Test your knowledge about the Norwegian Oil Fund in this quiz.
Test your knowledge about the Norwegian Oil Fund in the quiz. (Photo: NOM)