Aker BP has come up dry with a wildcat well on the Norwegian continental shelf.
Ship owning company Ocean Yield has agreed a deal to buy two Platform Supply Vessels.
The Norwegian offshore safety watchdog has given Aker BP consent to use Transocean Arctic to drill two production wells on the Alvheim field.
Norway’s Petroleum Safety Authority has given Aker BP permission to use a Maersk rig to plug North Sea wells.
Aker BP has handed Schlumberger a $30million contract to gather 4D seismic data on four of its fields on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Norway’s offshore safety watchdog has cleared Aker BP to drill an exploration well in the North Sea.
Norwegian safety body the PSA has granted Aker BP consent to connect the Oda field to the Ula field.
Norway’s energy minister officially said today that first oil from the Ivar Aasen field in the Norwegian North Sea was an “important milestone” for the sector.
Aker BP has been offered more than 20 new production licenses following the latest licensing round by the Norwegian government.
Aker BP revealed today that it would invest between $900million and $950million this year.
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German’s Wintershall said today that the achievement of first oil from a North Sea field had strengthened its position as one of the top producers on the Norwegian continental shelf.
Aker BP has extended the charter of a vessel for its Ivar Aasen project in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.
Aker BP has completed its integration after the merger of Det norske oljeselskap ASA (Det norske) and BP Norway.
IKM Cleandrill has signed a three-year framework agreement with Aker BP for top hole drilling fluid return (MRR) services.
Aker BP has started production from the viper-kobra field.
Aker BP is to press ahead with new exploration in the North Sea.
Archer has confirmed an extension of a North Sea drilling deal with Aker BP.
Aker BP is expected to press ahead with a number of major development projects after the merger between the two companies was completed.
Newly-formed Aker BP said today that its integration process was on track after revealing third quarter revenues of $248million.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted consent for production start-up of the Ivar Aasen field in the North Sea.
Verus Petroleum has gone back on the acquisition trail by upping its stake in a North Sea field in a deal thought to be worth tens of millions of pounds.
The newly formed Aker BP has taken over a string of Tullow Norge’s licences.
Det Norske is to make up to 12 staff members redundant while 50 contractor positions could go by the end of the year.
A merger between BP Norge and Det Norske could lead to redundancies, according to reports.