26th November 2019

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What is the deepest part of the North Sea?

2,297′

So, what is the average depth of the North Sea?

Major features. For the most part, the sea lies on the European continental shelf with a mean depth of 90 metres (300 ft). The only exception is the Norwegian trench, which extends parallel to the Norwegian shoreline from Oslo to an area north of Bergen.

How big is the North Sea?

289,577 mi²

What resources can be found in the North Sea?

Natural Resources in Denmark. The Siri oil platform in the North Sea is operated by DONG Energy. Oil, natural gas, gravel, sand, limestone, chalk, clay and salt are some of the natural resources which can be found in the Danish underground.
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