Offshore workers were called to muster after a suspected gas leak in the North Sea.
The incident happened on the Snorre A platform on Saturday evening at around 6pm.
There were 205 people on board at the time of the incident.
It happened just a week after a spate of incidents also in the Norwegian North Sea.
According to reports, the crew were mustered and the situation was resolved within an hour.
A spokesman for Statoil said there had been production disruptions prior to the incident.
The Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority has been notified of the incident.
The spokesman said an in-depth investigation would now be carried out into the incident.
Workers were evacuated from the Songa Endurance last week after a well control incident on the Troll field.
On Saturday, workers had to be evacuated from the Songa Endurance rig after a well control incident on the Troll field.
Specialist staff had to be brought in to deal with the situation while other employees were evacuated onshore.
The well was secured with a blowout preventer on the seabed and also with a valve on the rig.
Meanwhile, production has now resumed from the Gullfaks A platform after it was shutdown due to a gas leak.
Statoil was also forced to evacuate personnel from one of its North Sea platforms after a fire broke out in a loading pump.
The platform manager reported smoke and fire in a utility shaft on the Statfjord A platform, triggering the Norwegian operator’s emergency response procedures.