The Norwegian Oil and Gas Association and the Industri Energi union have finally reached an oil service agreement, ending a three-week strike involving more than 300 Norwegian oil service workers.
Norway | Offshore Post
According to the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association, approximately 350 oil jobs have been lost in Norway following the oil service strike that started a week ago.
ENGIE E&P Norge and partners have made an oil and gas discovery in the Cara licence (PL 636) in the Norwegian North Sea.
Statoil has made a call-off from the framework agreement signed with Kvaerner regarding the upgrade of the Njord A semi-submersible platform.
Statoil has filed a proposal for an impact assessment programme on the Johan Castberg field, the largest to be developed on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS).
Aker Solutions, Det norske and Subsea 7 have formed an alliance in Norway to collaborate on oil and gas developments offshore Norway.
The oil industry at the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) is expected to see a decrease in oil spending in 2016-2020 of approximately US$50 billion (£38.16 billion) on increased figures for deferred or scrapped projects.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate disclosed a production report today, showing a decline in production in the Scandinavian country over the month of June
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate announced that Faroe Petroleum has successfully concluded drilling wildcat wells 31/7-1 and 31/7-1A in the North Sea
Norwegian offshore oil workers and employers signed a new pay deal on Saturday avoiding a strike that could have caused a cut on Norwegian oil and gas output
According to a preliminary report on the offshore helicopter crash in Norway last April, it’s highly likely the accident was the result of a fatigue fracture
Norwegian oil and gas employers have finally reached an agreement with oil workers and unions, preventing looming strike action.
The Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy approved yesterday the Plan for Development and Operation (PDO) of West Flank 2.
2015 has been a substandard year for the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS), a report by Rystad Energy says, and 2016 does not look very promising.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Lundin Norway a permission to start drilling offshore on exploration well 7220/11-3 AR.