A meeting has been called between Statoil management and the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority after a number of incidents involving the company’s assets.
The most recent was a suspected gas leak at its Mongstad facility.
Prior to this there had been a number of incidents offshore including on the Troll field.
A senior union member from SAFE told Norwegian media “enough is enough” and said the incidents were a “concern for us all”.
Earlier this week an estimated 600 workers were called to muster and evacuated from an oil refinery. No one was injured in the incident.
On Saturday, a gas alarm was sounded on the Snorre A platform in the North Sea.
A week prior to this, a gas alarm was also sounded on the Gullfaks A platform operated by Statoil in the North Sea.
On the same day there was a fire on the Statfjord A platform shut down production for a week.
A day prior to that, there was a gas leak on the Songa Endurance rig on the Troll field.