Norwegian authorities have approved an extension to the giant Johan Sverdrup development off the country’s coast.
Equinor plans to breathe new life into a decommissioned gas field straddling the border between the UK and Norwegian sectors of the North Sea.
A Norwegian geological and geophysical market leader has underlined its commitment to the future exploration of the North Sea by opening an office in Aberdeen to serve its existing and new clients on the UKCS.
Helicopter operator CHC has announced a new contract win with Capricorn Norge, a subsidiary of Scottish oil exploration firm Cairn Energy.
Aker Solutions has predicted overall revenues this year will jump by nearly 10 percent from 2018 on the back of a strong order book and tendering activity.
The head of a Norwegian inspection, maintenance and repair group believes that the traditionally separate markets on either side of the North Sea are gradually merging.
TechnipFMC has been handed a major contract for ConocoPhillips' Tor II development in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.
Western Europe’s biggest petroleum producer is falling out of love with oil.
Norway’s oil industry, already under increasing pressure from opponents of drilling, is in for a tense week.
Odfjell Drilling will take on more than 200 employees to support the growth of its Norwegian North Sea business.
Maersk Drilling has been hit with a safety notice after two stands, weighing 1,300kg each, fell on an offshore rig.
The oil majors are safe from divestments from the world’s largest wealth fund -- for now.
The decision of the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund to reduce holdings in oil stocks wasn’t as far-reaching as the industry feared, but dealt a symbolic blow to fossil fuels that will reverberate for energy companies and their investors.
Big Oil dodged a bullet.
Norway will on Friday decide whether to let its $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund dump all its oil and gas stocks. Here’s what you need to know.
Norway will soon decide whether to let its $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund dump oil and gas stocks in order to reduce the nation’s overall exposure to crude prices.
The richest Scandinavians are having a budget dispute involving Norway’s worst terrorist and a capsized warship.
The central bank chief in western Europe’s largest producer of oil and natural gas is warning his fellow Norwegians not to prematurely kill the nation’s main economic engine and source of wealth.
Norway has built a reputation as one of the calmest and most predictable corners of the global oil industry, but lately it’s been full of surprises.
Energy giant Shell has been lined up to take over as operator of one of the central North Sea’s largest undeveloped prospects.
Norway has handed Equinor and partners Shell and Total a permit for a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project called Northern Lights.
Norway’s oil and gas regulator reduced its forecast for production this year, as crude output is set to be lower than previously expected.
With recent reports of several new development plans on the horizon for Norway, the Norwegian energy industry is anticipating a promising three to four years of activity ahead. Wider areas of Norway are now being explored, including the West Barents Sea, and discoveries such as Johan Sverdrup and the extension of the Norne field by the Cape Vulture discovery, along with the Johan Castberg, will require new thinking and, in turn, attract new companies to enter the market.
If you’re a small drugmaker with a successful diabetes treatment, but concerned you lack scale in the global market, what’s your next move? Norway’s Vistin Pharma ASA decided to hire an oil-market analyst and place large bets on the price of shipping fuels.
Norwegian firm DNO has urged its takeover target, Faroe Petroleum, to provide "transparent and timely" operations updates.