The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has announced more than 30 firms have been awarded ownership in its "largest ever" licensing round.
Norway’s oil lobby raised its forecast for investments in the country’s petroleum industry as cost cuts during a three-year downturn made projects more profitable and able to withstand even the recent slump in crude prices.
Energy giant Equinor has completed the sales of two "non-core" Norwegian North Sea discoveries.
Oil exploration firm Aker BP has announced the completion of a North Sea well drill at production licence 203.
Norwegian oil firm Equinor has agreed a multi-million deal with Aker BP to sell its 77.8% operating interest in the North Sea King Lear discovery.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor is to lead North Sea production over the next seven years, according to a new report.
Oil firms BP and Aker BP have entered into a pact to explore ways of developing pioneering new technologies together.
Oil exploration firm Aker BP has concluded the drilling of two appraisal wells and a wild cat well in the central North Sea, according to the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD).
The race is on to become Norway’s biggest non-state oil company.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) has announced it will investigate Aker BP over a walkway incident that occured on the Tambar platform.
Oil firm Aker BP has struck a deal to buy 11 licences off Norway from French oil giant Total for £155 million.
North Sea oil firm Neptune Energy has appointed a new head of exploration.
Workers and unions have reportedly ceased communicating as Aker BP warn production may be hit during the first week of Norway oil workers strikes.
Norwegian exploration and production firm Aker BP today announced a massive surge in second quarter profits.
Nordic oil firm Aker BP and oilfield services company Aker Solutions have announced the formation of a strategic alliance to deliver modification projects on three of Aker BP’s fields.
Vessel contractor Prosafe will get paid at least $25.5 million for deploying the Safe Scandinavia floatel at the Ula platform in the Norwegian North Sea.
Oil exploration firm Aker BP has received consent from Petroleum Safety Authority Norway for the removal of the facilities on the Jette field in the central North Sea.
Norwegian operator Aker BP has made a non-commercial discovery with the Svanefjell wildcat well in the Barents Sea.
The largest labour union in Norway announced the agreement of a new pay deal today, while a smaller workers union held off from accepting terms.
Aker BP has reported increased profits and production in 2018 with the firm seeing £118 million earnings for the first quarter.
The Norwegian Petroleum directorate has granted Aker BP ASA a drilling permit for well 7221/12-1 in the Barents Sea.
Helicopter operator CHC Group has clinched a two-year contract extension to support Aker BP's operations on the greater Valhall field in the Norwegian North Sea.
Aker BP has drilled a dry well near the Knarr field in the Norwegian North Sea. Wildcat well 34/2-5 S was drilled on production licence 790, which was awarded in 2014. The well has been permanently plugged and abandoned by the Transocean Arctic rig.
Norway has approved Aker BP's development plans for the Valhall Flank West (VFW) and Skogul oil fields.
Discussions to avert strike action have broken down between union leaders and employers in Norway with a mediator having to be brought in.