Tagged With Norway
Licensing round October update
29 September 2022
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Power demand threat to Europe’s winter gas security
22 August 2022
Greater-than-expected requirements to burn the fuel to keep the lights on could harm supply conservation efforts
Suncor in no rush on UKCS sale
9 August 2022
The Canadian producer’s exit from Norway may not be closely followed by divestment across the maritime border
Equinor vows to keep stepping on the gas
28 July 2022
Dominant Norwegian producer aims to maintain strong deliveries in the third quarter
Licensing round July update
14 July 2022
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Norway does its gas best as Germany prepares for gas worst
6 July 2022
One of the EU’s key suppliers is doing all it can to maximise deliveries. Its largest demand centre still expects the situation to deteriorate
Longboat eyes hot NCS assets market
16 June 2022
The Norway-focused explorer may look at swaps or sales for its discoveries
Withdrawn blocks overshadow Norwegian licensing round launch
14 June 2022
Oil and gas lobby group expresses regret over omitted Barents Sea acreage
Wintershall sheds oil in NCS divestment
23 May 2022
Deal with Norwegian independent focuses on putting appropriate assets in appropriate hands
Licensing round April update
4 April 2022
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Licensing round February update
2 February 2022
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
NCS resource growth hits seven-year high
13 January 2022
2021 additions top 500mn bl
Norway seeks return to fiscal stability
14 December 2021
Next year should see another change in the tax regime confirmed. The hope is that it will signal the country’s much-vaunted predictability is back
North Sea independents aim to reap carbon footprint benefits
3 December 2021
Two of the basin’s larger producers consider ways to cash in on relatively greener production
Europe’s major gas suppliers in war of words
18 November 2021
Russia and Norway take divergent views on how to tackle current price volatility
Var looks at IPO
27 October 2021
The Norway-focused IOC/private equity company is mulling a flotation
Snohvit return set to beat target
13 August 2021
The Norwegian LNG liquefaction plant could be back before the end of Q1 2022, predicts stakeholder Neptune
Equinor pounces on Grosbeak discovery
26 July 2021
Norwegian firm trades offshore acreage for operating role in the field
Okea to look at M&A options
15 July 2021
The Norwegian producer will launch a strategic review to include inorganic growth options
Lundin share price struggles to follow rise of production and reserves
12 January 2021
Norway-focused producer’s traditional/lower-carbon balancing act fails to set it apart from its peers
Equinor backs oil and gas for longer
12 December 2020
The Norwegian heavyweight is more optimistic about hydrocarbons than BP. But that may be driven by circumstance
Hammerfest outage helps sink Norwegian exports
27 November 2020
The new Gas Year gets off to a torrid start even as oil continues its year-on-year increase streak
Letter from Norway: Tax stimulus medicine gets to work
23 November 2020
New legislation aids the country in reaching peak hydrocarbon production. But increased interest in renewables still poses stranded resources risk
Norway's gas flows take a dive
24 September 2019
Europe’s congested gas market sees Norwegian sales drop to an almost three-year low
Aker's Ghana project secures funding boost
17 July 2019
Aker Energy’s planned Deepwater Tano/Cape Three Points development is benefitting from a regional initiative
Norway's field of dreams
21 May 2019
Equinor has had to dig deep to get Aasta Hansteen underway, in more ways than one
Norway leans greener
22 March 2019
Public enthusiasm for the oil and gas industry is on the wane, with potentially significant effects
Equinor buffeted by transition winds
22 March 2019
The re-branded Norwegian state-owned firm needs to convince that its renewables sector can one day compete with its fossil-fuel based upstream revenues
Industry optimism is on the rise, but so are costs
7 March 2019
The oil and gas sector feels better able to survive oil price volatility, DNV GL’s boss tells Petroleum Economist, as long as spending is kept under control
Norway’s fiscal stability comes under strain
15 February 2019
The country faces challenges to the much-vaunted tax regime certainty on which it has built exploration success
Equinor promises greater resilience, as profits disappoint
7 February 2019
The rebranded Norwegian firm’s results take a hit from the lower oil price
Chrysaor aims to cross the UK-Norway divide
30 January 2019
Grevling farm-in makes Chrysaor the second private equity-backed North Sea producer to straddle UK and Norwegian waters
Wellesley focuses on exploration
18 January 2019
The new entrant wants to find new resources in mature areas
Norway licensing round confirms lure of the mature
18 January 2019
A record number of licenses were awarded, in keeping with a rise in exploration activity across the North Sea, though firm work commitments fell
Norway's offshore sector boosted by wave of mergers
29 October 2018
Strategic tie-ups are providing some badly needed lifeblood for the Norwegian offshore sector
Unions flag North Sea safety fears
16 October 2018
Changed working terms have triggered strikes in both the the UK and Norwegian North Sea oil industries
Barents comes into focus for Norway
22 June 2018
There's a lot more gas and oil to be found in the Norwegian Arctic, if the explorers can be persuaded to look for it
Boom times for marine LNG
23 May 2018
Environmental regulation, economics and rapidly evolving technology are encouraging the use of liquefied natural gas as a marine fuel
UK gas security safe from Russian reprisals
29 March 2018
Russia is in a weak position to directly hinder UK gas supply in response to diplomatic disputes. Brexit creates more risk for future energy security
Republican plan would axe EV tax break
3 November 2017
The roll back of vital incentives would come just before a major push from carmakers to bring electric vehicles into the mainstream
North Sea waters start to calm
19 October 2017
Total's Maersk oil deal is unlikely to be surpassed in the region any time soon
Norway's political storm warnings prove unfounded
18 September 2017
The country's election result should quell nerves in the oil and gas sector
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