Equinor's North Sea assets are being investigated by the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) following two major incidents.
Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority
A faulty extension cord and fume cabinet led to a fire breaking out on a drilling rig offshore Norway in November.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) has urged Aker BP to "learn lessons" from an incident in which a walkway struck the edge of a landing platform, causing damage.
Italian oil firm Eni has confirmed that it will use the Songa Enabler semi-submersible rig to drill two wells at the Goliat filed situated in the Artic.
Faroe Petroleum’s Norwegian arm has received consent to drill two exploration wells in the North Sea.
German oil giant Wintershall has been granted permission to use the Deepsea Stavanger to drill on the Maria field.
The owners of a rig on which an oil worker died after being hit by a huge wave have been issued with a safety order from authorities after violating safety regulations.
Norwegian authorities have ordered Statoil to report on how it will make improvements to processes on its Gullfaks A platform after an audit revealed a number of non-conformities incluiding a chemicals related health risk.
Repsol has received consent from Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority for the removal of Petrojarl Varg and subsea structures on the Varg field.
Shell has received consent to use two subsea wells on the Draugen field in the Norwegian Sea.
The owners of the rig on which a Norwegian oil worker died said lessons have already been learned after a report said the drilling rig was not designed to resist the wave loads that struck it during a storm.
Statoil has received consent from Norwegian authorities to drill the two exploration wells 30/11-12 S and 30/11-12 A in the North Sea.
Statoil is to be investigated by the Norwegian regulator following a well control incident on the company's Visund oil field which resulted in problems with shut off valves on the subsea installation.
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.
Norway's Statoil has been rapped after a 31kg grating plate nearly killed an offshore worker on one of its platforms.
The owners of a drilling rig on which an oil worker died after it was hit by a huge wave during a North Sea storm said it could find no design fault.
Total has been given the go-ahead to carry out exploration drilling in the Norwegian North Sea. Norway’s Petroleum Safety Authority has granted consent for Total to drill exploration well 1/5-5 Solaris using the Mærsk Gallant rig under production licence 618.
The boss of the drilling company that owns the rig on which an offshore worker died ,after it was struck by a freak wave, said the incident was his "worst nightmare".
Statoil, Gassco and ExxonMobil have received consent to perform manned underwater operations for one year from Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority.
Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority has published its key safety priorities for the North Sea in 2016, urging operators to ensure assets are secure as they enter late life production.
Statoil has been given until November 30 to respond to non-conformities and improvements identified by Norwegian authorities following an inspection audit of the Gullfaks A platform.
A fire on board the Petrojarl Knarr FPSO has led to its owners being told to make improvements by Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority.
Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority is to investigate last week's oil spill from Statoil's Statfjord A platform tanker.