Aker BP restructures remaining options for Prosafe's unit

Prosafe has agreed with Aker BP to restructure the remaining seven one-month options for the Safe Scandinavia unit ...

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Safety nod for Aker BP to use Maersk rig on Ivar Aasen

Norway's offshore safety watchdog has given its consent to Aker BP for the use of the Maersk Interceptor drilling ...

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Aker BP hits pay in North Sea well

Norwegian oil company Aker BP has made an oil and gas discovery northwest of the Bøyla field in the North Sea ...

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Spirit brings Oda field online

Spirit Energy has started oil production from the Oda field located in the North Sea, offshore Norway, almost five ...

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Offshore watchdog launches investigation into Åsgard B

The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has decided to investigate an incident involved a dropped object on Equinor's ...

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Green light for Equinor to use Trestakk facilities

Åsgard A

Equinor has been given consent for the use of the pipeline and subsea production facilities at Trestakk field, ...

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Norway’s February oil output drops below expectations

Norwegian oil production during February 2019 was below expected figures due to technical problems on some fields, ...

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Johan Sverdrup's last platform all set for sailaway

The fourth and last platform for the first phase of the giant Johan Sverdrup project is now ready for sail-away ...

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Equinor fails to correct Martin Linge irregularities

The PSA has spotted previously noted irregularities during an audit of Equinor's Martin Linge A platform.

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Odfjell rig to swing by Norwegian yard for small upgrade

Odfjell Drilling-owned semi-submersible drilling rig Deepsea Bergen will stop by for a short stay at Norway’s ...

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Norway plans to add 90 new blocks for offshore exploration

Var Energi's Goliat FPSO / Image source: Var Energi

Norway has proposed to add 90 new blocks across the Norwegian Continental Shelf in mature areas, 48 of these being ...

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Equinor prolonging life of 20 offshore platforms in Norway

Norwegian oil giant Equinor is planning to extend the life of more than 20 offshore platforms in Norway overall.

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Safety breaches found after Maersk rig incident

The Petroleum Safety Authority has completed an investigation into an incident involving dropped objects on the ...

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Wellesley bites dust at another North Sea well

Oil and gas company Wellesley Petroleum has drilled another dry well in the Norwegian section of the North Sea, 220 ...

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Safety body spots irregularities on Njord A platform

Norwegian offshore safety watchdog, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), has found irregularities during an audit ...

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ASCO nets Aker BP extension in Norway

UK oilfield services provider ASCO has secured a contract extension with oil exploration and development company ...

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DEA aligns offshore license with Dvalin development

German oil company DEA has aligned PL 211 partners and equities with the Dvalin license offshore Norway.

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Norway's 'oil fund' cutting investments in E&P firms

Norway’s one-trillion-dollar sovereign wealth fund, popularly known as the “oil fund”, is set to cut its ...

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Equinor gains nod for extended operation of Gullfaks C

Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor has received consent from the country’s offshore safety agency to ...

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Notice of order for 'Leiv Eiriksson' following safety audit

The Petroleum Safety Authority has given a notice of order to Ocean Rig regarding the working environment and ...

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Vår Energi's Goliat to get network upgrade

Vår Energi has entered into an agreement with Telenor Maritime to equip the Goliat field in the Barents Sea with 2G ...

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