French oil giant Total has extended its agreement with Maersk Drilling for the use of one of its rigs.
Norway has given ConocoPhillips permission to dispose of four structures on the Ekofisk field in the North Sea. Consent from the Petroleum Safety Authority covers the Eko2/4 A, 2/4 H, 2/4 Q and 2/4 FTP facilities. The field lies 200 kilometers south of Stavanger and started producing in 1971.
Spanish oil firm Repsol has submitted a revised development plan for the Yme field to the Norwegian Government.
German oil firm VNG has submitted a development plan for the Fenja field in the Norwegian Sea to the government.
Aker BP said today that it had submitted development plans for three oil fields to the Norwegian Government.
Norwegian oil major Statoil has handed out subsea maintenance contracts worth £720million (NOK 8billion).
Energy service firm Aker Solutions has tied up an agreement to provide subsea services for Statoil-operated fields off Norway.
Production has restarted at the Tambar field in Norway following the death of a worker.
A worker who died after falling from a rig last week has been identified by police in Norway.
Oilfield service firm Subsea 7 said today that it had clinched a deal to work on the tie-back from the Aerfugl gas field off Norway.
Norwegian energy service firm Aker Solutions will provide the subsea production system for the first phase of the Aerfugl gas development off Norway.
Centrica has picked CHC as its helicopter service provider for a drilling campaign in the Norwegian Sea.
An oil worker has died after falling from a North Sea rig yesterday.
Norwegian oil firm Aker BP has agreed to sell 10% interests in the Valhall and Hod fields to Oslo-based Pandion Energy for an undisclosed fee.
Norway’s offshore safety body has issued a firm reminder that Norwegian language should take priority in its offshore industry.
Aberdeen-based Faroe Petroleum said today that exploration drilling had started on one of its interests in the Norwegian Sea.
Statoil has published stunning footage of the topside for the Aasta Hansteen platform leaving a yard in South Korea.
Two Norwegian energy service firms will work together on the country’s largest ever onshore power supply contract.
Norway has given Wintershall the go-ahead to drill a wildcat well off Norway. North Atlantic Drilling’s West Phoenix rig will be used to drill the well, about 120 kilometres southwest of the Aasta Hansteen field. Wintershall has a 40% operated stake in licence 894, Statoil Petroleum has 40% and Petoro had 20%.
German energy firm Dea has booked a Transocean rig to drill production wells at the Dvalin field in the Norwegian Sea.
Swedish oil firm Lundin Petroleum said today that its Hufsa prospect in the Barents Sea was "non-commercial".
Asset management in the Nordic region is dominated by Norway’s $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund, which last week said it wants to exit all its oil and gas stocks.
Aker BP has entered into two separate drilling and well pacts.
Can Norway dump $35 billion in oil and gas investments, and simultaneously convince that same industry to throw money into the country’s own fossil-fuel future?
Statoil has awarded Sembcorp Marine in Singapore the £375million contract to build the hull and integrated living quarters for the vessel which will serve the Johan Castberg field in the Barents Sea.