NEPTUNE Energy and its partners have made a commercial discovery of oil at the Dugong well (PL882) in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea, the largest discovery in Norway so far this year. The volumes are estimated to be
TOTAL and its partners have made an encouraging discovery with the Isabella 30/12d-11 well on the license P1820, located in the Central North Sea offshore U.K., about 40km south of the Elgin-Franklin Field and 170 km east of Aberdeen. The
Equinor has revealed that two of its employees were injured in a serious work-related incident on board the Heimdal platform in the North Sea on Thursday 28 November. The incident occurred as a result of an explosion of a portable
EQUINOR and the Johan Sverdrup partnership consisting of Lundin Norway, Petoro, Aker BP and Total, started production from the giant field in the North Sea, more than two months ahead of and NOK40 billion below the original estimates in the
EXXONMOBIL has signed an agreement today with Vår Energi AS for the sale of its non-operated upstream assets in Norway for US$4.5 billion as part of its previously announced plans to divest approximately US$15 billion in non-strategic assets by 2021.
The plan for development and operation (PDO) of the second phase of the Johan Sverdrup field development has been formally approved by Norwegian authorities. Construction has also started on the field’s second processing platform at Aibel’s yard in Haugesund. “This
AKER Solutions ASA has successfully completed a NOK1,000 million senior unsecured bond issue with maturity in June 2024. The bond issue was considerably oversubscribed. The bonds will have a coupon of 3 month Nibor + 3.00% p.a., and will be
FRENCH oil and gas giant Total has announced a major gas discovery on the Glendronach prospect, located offshore U.K. West of Shetland. The well was drilled to a final depth of 4,312 meters and encountered a gas column of 42
The Equinor operated Mariner platform is the largest field development on the UK continental shelf in recent years. 800 people are working offshore on the the huge hook-up operation to prepare the platform for production.
Late last week the last pipe of what is now Norway’s longest and largest oil pipeline was installed right next to the riser platform at the Johan Sverdrup field. The 36-inch pipeline extends 283 km from the Mongstad oil terminal