The briefing pack on the various countries often reiterated one point. “There is no conflict between sustainable development of any country’s natural resources and its commitment to climate change.”
Norway is betting that zeroing out emissions from oil production will help it meet internationally agreed climate targets while future-proofing an industry that’s made it one of the richest countries in the world.
Orsted A/S (CPH: ORSTED) has withdrawn from a partnership developing offshore wind projects in Norway as the company grapples with big losses resulting from rising costs.
Norwegian energy firm DNV has completed the first phase of its joint industry project (JIP) aimed at establishing offshore substation standards for the growing floating wind sector.
An emergency helicopter landing in Stavanger in 2020 was caused by a misplaced washer left in its gearbox, the Norwegian Safety Investigation Authority (NSA) has found.
Norwegian green hydrogen technology firm Hystar has announced ABB will join its HyPilot project as a supplier.
Norwegian oil and gas company Vår Energi has approved a concept for gas export from the Goliat field in the Barents Sea.
The bid deadline for the Utsira Nord offshore wind zone has been delayed to 2024, while the deadline for Sørlige Nordsjø II has also been pushed back due to changes in the bidding criteria.
The Aberdeen-headquartered Proserv has appointed two new general managers in Norway and the Middle East as the firm looks to drive growth in the regions.
Norwegian firm Ocean Installer will complete a subsea tie-back of Eirin gas field after securing a contract from Equinor.
Looking at inspection alone, “the FlatFish case is compelling and it's credible. As long as the client is willing to count and sum up all the benefits, it makes perfect sense.”
Norway’s oil and energy ministry will streamline its name as the country looks beyond the hydrocarbons that today account for about a quarter of gross domestic product.
The chief executive officer of Norwegian renewable energy company Statkraft has stepped down after 14 years in the position.
Norwegian authorities have granted ConocoPhillips start-up consent for its NOK 13 billion (£1 billion) Tommeliten A cross-border gas field.
Norwegian oil firm Aker BP has selected Multiconsult Norge AS to provide civil engineering services for its Yggdrasil power from shore project.
Norwegian company AF Gruppen (AFG) has secured a key decommissioning contract for a North Sea platform.
The Norwegian government has announced plans to assess the opening of three new offshore wind areas which could be available for tender from 2025.
European natural gas prices extended gains as a slump in Norwegian exports added to lingering concerns about possible disruptions at key Australian export facilities.
French supermajor TotalEnergies (Paris:TTE) has struck a deal to acquire a sizeable stake in a carbon storage licence offshore Norway.
The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has awarded a carbon dioxide storage licence to awarded Sval Energi for a North Sea project.
Longboat Energy has announced that it has started drilling operations on the Velocette exploration well in Norway.
Longboat Energy and Japan Petroleum Exploration (JAPEX) have formed a joint partnership with an initial investment of around £12.23 million.
Norway has had a run of oil and gas exploration discovery success which has served to underline the lack thereof for its UK neighbour.
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Norway’s biggest oil and gas companies are reviving exploration plans in Arctic waters, as the government agitates for fresh discoveries in the Barents Sea to secure the country’s future as a key energy supplier to Europe.