Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS)

Statoil and Lundin at final stage decision on Norway Johan Sverdrup

Statoil and Lundin to award FEED on Johan Sverdrup Statoil from Norway, Lundin Petroleum (Lundin) from Sweden, and their respective partners, Maersk Oil (Maersk) from Denmark, Det Norske from Norway, and Petoro from Norway, are reaching the final stage of decision to award the front end engineering and design (FEED) contract to develop the giant …

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Statoil and Husky pill up discoveries offshore Canada Newfoundland

Statoil and Husky to consider FPSO for Flemish Pass The Norwegian national oil company (NOC) Statoil ASA (Statoil) and the Canadian company Husky Energy Inc. (Husky) are accumulating crude oil discoveries in the Flemish Pass basin that could justify a development with a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel offshore the Newfoundland and Labrador …

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Statoil Total and Det norske award Dagny Topsides in Norway

Daewoo and Aker Solutions to share Topsides contract Statoil and its partners Total and Det norske selected a combination of Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) from South Korea with the local engineering company Aker Solutions to design and build the topsides of the Dagny offshore platform project in Norway. Discovered in 1974 within 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 Mustang from the Wood Group. …

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Statoil goes for execution with Aasta Hansteen offshore project

Hyundai Heavy Industries books $1.1 billion Topsides  Statoil and its partners, OMV from Austria and ConocoPhillips from USA made the final investment decision (FID) and awarded the topsides, the most critical package, of the Aasta Hansteen project to Hyundai Heavy Industries. Previously named Luva, the Aasta Hansteen is located 300 kilometers offshore Norway by 1,300 …

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Total awarded main packages on Martin Linge in Norway

Technip and Samsung Heavy Industries won Topsides In selecting the consortium made of  Technip and Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) for the topsides of its Martin Linge project in Norway, the french international oil company, Total, awarded the main package of this $4.2 billion project. Lying by 120 meter water depth on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS), the Martin Linge …

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Wintershall in brief

Shaping The Future Established in 1894 in Germany for drilling and mining potassium salt, Wintershall started the oil production in 1930 and joined the chemical group BASF in Ludwigshafen as a wholly-owned subsidiary in 1969. Based in Kassel, Germany, Wintershall is the largest German crude oil and natural gas producer and operates the largest network of pipelines …

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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 Shelf NCS. Founded in as the …

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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 (NCS). Located 140 kilometers west …

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