Oil major Shell has cut 225 positions from its operations in Norway following its takeover of BG Group.
The company said in May it would be making around 140 employees redundant with staff able to apply for severance packages.
According to reports in Norwegian media, 145 employees have lost their jobs while another 110 members of staff will also go.
A spokesman for the company said while some workers had taken voluntary redundancy, Shell would need to look at making additional job cuts.
It’s understood the firm is looking to do so through further voluntary redundancies.
Downsizing is expected to be completed by the end of the year.