Equinor has started up an expansion of its Snorre field, which will add another 200million barrels of production to the North Sea development.
Construction on what will be the world’s first floating offshore wind farm to power offshore oil and gas platforms has got underway.
Neptune Energy is moving ahead with a side-track well to help assess the size of its newly-announced Dugong discovery.
Throughout my time in the upstream oil and gas industry I have always considered Norway to be best in class when it comes to environmental management.
TechnipFMC has landed an Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) contract with Statoil for its Snorre Expansion Project.
Statoil today committed to a 25-year investment on the North Sea's Snorre Field.
The Norwegian Petroleum Authority (PSA) has given Statoil consent to use the Scarabeo 5 mobile drilling facility on the Snorre field.
Statoil has abandoned plans for a new platform to develop its Snorre 2040 project off Norway.
Just over a year ago, Statoil decided that it wanted to press ahead with redeveloping the Snorre field in the North Sea t o enable production to continue through to 2040 and perhaps beyond. An evaluation of the “Snorre 2040” project had been carried out with examination of two development concepts: a subsea development with continued use of the Snorre A and B platforms or a project that involved a new platform tied in to Snorre A and B.