The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) has given Aker BP (OSLO:AKRBP) consent to use the Maersk Invincible rig for drilling activities on the Norwegian Ivar Aasen field.
Aker BP (OSLO:AKRBP) has outlined plans to invest NOK 150 billion ($15.3bn) in Norwegian development projects over the next six years.
Aker BP (OSLO:AKRBP) found a dry hole during drilling on a second wildcat prospect at the Skarv field, according to reports from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD).
Worley (ASX: WOR) is to create 1,000 jobs after winning the letter of intent to construct two new modules for the Valhall field in the North Sea.
Odfjell Drilling’s Deepsea Stavanger has been awarded a firm, five-year contract with Aker BP (OSLO:AKRBP) for work beginning in early 2025.
Vår Energi has agreed a series of deals to increase its acreage in the Balder area, with a view to taking over operatorship of the licences.
Aker BP (OSLO:AKRBP) has made a discovery during wildcat drilling near the Skarv field in the northern Norwegian Sea.
Subsea 7 (SUBC.OL) and Aker Solutions (AKSO.OL) have clinched subsea and engineering contracts for Aker BP’s Trell and Trine development, plans for which the operator submitted to regulators earlier this week.
Aker BP has submitted plans for its Trell and Trine development with Norwegian regulators, with a view to boosting reserves at the wider Alvheim area above 750 million barrels.
As of 25 July, Westwood Global Energy reports that there are five exploration wells active, three in the Northern North Sea and two in the Norwegian Sea.
Aker BP has shared a video on its Facebook of the moment the 6700-ton Valhall drilling platform had its legs blown off.
Aker BP's plan for development and operation (PDO) on the Frosk field in the Alvheim area has been approved by The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (MPE) today.
As of 23 June, Westwood Global Energy reports that there are four exploration wells active, two in the Northern North Sea and two in the Norwegian Sea. Since the last report, five exploration well programs have completed, with three of the wells being successful. The Slagugle appraisal well was P&A in April, with no results released until May when it was reported as a dry well.
The merger of Aker BP and Lundin Energy’s oil and gas businesses is due to be completed after market close today, finalising the creation of a major new Norwegian energy player.
Aker BP and Aker Solutions have announced they will construct new “future-oriented” offices in Stavanger.
A planned takeover of Lundin Energy’s exploration and production business by Aker BP is forecast to complete at the end of the month.
As of 30 May, Westwood Global Energy reports that there are five exploration wells active, two in the North Sea, two in the Norwegian Sea, and one in the Barents Sea.
Aker BP has concluded the drilling of a wildcat well in the Norwegian Sea, locating up to 1.9 million cubic metres of oil equivalent, according to the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD).
Lundin Energy plans to rename itself Orrön Energy, as it focuses on entirely on renewables following the spin-off of its oil and gas business to Aker BP.
Offshore contractor Maersk Drilling has secured a deal with Aker BP, on behalf of the Ivar Aasen license.
Saipem has been awarded a contract by Aker BP for a drilling campaign offshore Norway with its Scarabeo 8 unit.
Following Aker BP’s takeover of its oil and gas assets, Lundin Energy has presented plans for its new, renewables-focused business.
Subsea engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) spend in Western Europe in 2022 is projected to reach its highest level in almost a decade.
Aker BP is actively looking to purchase more assets or companies operating in Norway’s lucrative oil and gas sector, according to Oyvind Eriksen, chief executive of the firm’s parent company.
Proposals have been published outlining the process for Aker BP’s takeover of Lundin Energy, in a merger aimed at creating Norway’s second-largest oil and gas producer.