Strike action has forced Equinor to shut down production at four of its fields on the Norwegian continental shelf.
Energy firms Equinor and Neptune Energy have struck oil in the the Sigrun East prospect in the Norwegian section of the North Sea.
Equinor and partners will breathe new life into the Gudrun field offshore Norway by investing £225 million in water injection equipment.
The Rowan Stavanger jack-up rig has won a £17.7million contract for drilling work at Equinor’s Gurdrun field.
Repairs to the helideck of the Gudrun platform have been made after cracks were uncovered in the substructure earlier this year.
Statoil had 21 serious emissions last year which was an increase of more than 50%, according to new reports.
Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority has issued an order to Statoil following the investigation of a potentially fatal hydrocarbon leak at its Gudrun facility in the North Sea.
Norwegian authorities have said Statoil committed a serious safety breach following a potentially fatal gas leak on its Gudrun platform.
Statoil and Repsol have completed two of the transactions announced on 11 December 2015.
Production at Statoil’s Gudrun oil and gas field has been halted following a suspected gas leak. The company said it was unsure when the platform, in the Norwegian North Sea, would resume output.