Posts Tagged ‘Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy’

Statoil completed feasibility study on Skrugard and Havis in Barents Sea

Statoil prepares High North oil exploration in Norway  In February 2013, Statoil and its partners, Eni from Italy and Petoro from Norway, presented the conclusions of their feasibility study for the development of the Skrugard and Havis offshore oil fields in the Norwegian territorial waters of the Barents Sea.  The […]

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Det norske, Statoil and Bayerngas award Norway Ivar Aasen platform

SMOE and Mustang win Ivar Aasen topsides EPC Previously named Draupne, the Ivar Aasen project is taking a leap with the decision made by Det norske and its partners Statoil and Bayerngas to award the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to a team of contractors made of SMOE and […]

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OMV takes 20% stakes in Edvard Grieg (Luno) North Sea development

OMV to replace RWE in Lundin’s Edvard Grieg project In October 2012, the Austrian-based OMV took over the 20% share held so far by the German RWE in the Edvard Grieg offshore project just after that Statoil had acquired 15% from Wintershall in the same project.  Previously called Luna, the […]

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Statoil in brief

Statoil’s vision stands in “Crossing Energy Frontiers” Statoil ASA is a public limited liability company established under the laws of Norway, thus Statoil is subject to the provisions of the Norwegian Public Limited Companies Act. Statoil has global operations and working interests in 41 countries and territories with a Market Leadership on the Norwegian Continental […]

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Statoil to revise upward Johan Sverdrup with Geitungen discovery

Geitungen rises Johan Sverdrup beyond Statoil’s expectations on Utsira High While Statoil and its partners, Maersk, Petoro, Det norske oljeselskap and Lundin, are running intensive discussions to develop the giant Johan Sverdrup fields, the Geitungen discovery confirms all the potential of the still unexplored  Utsira High areas within the Norwegian Continental Shelf […]

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Lundin $4.2 billion Edvard Grieg oil field development approved

Lundin Petroleum received the formal approval from the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to proceed with the $4.2 billion plan development and operation (PDO) of the Edvard Grieg oil field. The Edvard Grieg oil field was previously called  Luno and is located in the Norwegian North Sea close to the Tellus discoveries, 180 kilometers west of […]

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Will Statoil go all subsea electrical for Johan Sverdrup?

The Johan Sverdrup giant oil field is the largest oil field discovery in 2011 in the World and the fifth biggest ever in Norway. It is located 140 km west of Stavanger and sitting by 110 m water depth and about 2000 m deep below the sea level. Statoil and Lundin from Sweden are the […]

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