Tagged: StatoilHydro

Floating wind power soon a reality

The world’s first full-scale floating wind turbine is now operational. Located off Norway’s southwest coast, the wind turbine was launched earlier this autumn, marking a milestone in the development of large, offshore floating wind...

StatoilHydro becomes Statoil 

StatoilHydro ASA has changed its name to Statoil ASA, and simultaneously adopting its new visual identity. The ticker symbols will remain unchanged as STL on the Oslo Stock Exchange and STO on the New York...

StatoilHydro proceeds with Luva

Work on a development solution for the Luva find, which lies in 1,300 metres of water in the Norwegian Sea and 300 kilometres from land, will now continue reports StatoilHydro on its website. Following...

StatoilHydro and Tierra Announce Joint Technology Project

StatoilHydro and Tierra Geophysical announced Oct. 13 that they have signed a contract for joint development of seismic imaging software technology. The seismic imaging software is expected to improve StatoilHydro’s ability to assess exploration and...

StatoilHydro presented Alexander Rybak

As a surprise to the Governor of Murmansk, StatoilHydro presented a concert with Norwegian Belarusian Alexander Rybak, the winner of Eurovision 2009, at the Governor’s reception party after the first day of Murmansk International...

StatoilHydro: Technology developments paying off

Better drilling methods are making the single biggest contribution to improving recovery from Norway’s offshore fields. A number of solutions adopted by StatoilHydro this year are already yielding good results, writes Inger Ueland for StatoilHydro.com...

StatoilHydro’s research award to oil hunter

StatoilHydro’s research prize for 2009 has been awarded to Professor Jan Inge Faleide (54) at the University of Oslo for his research on the geological development of the Norwegian Sea, the Barents Sea and...

StatoilHydro’s energy competition for students

Today, October 1, StatoilHydro launches a competition giving students the opportunity to find creative solutions to the growing energy needs while taking into consideration climate challenges. Students from universities in Norway are invited to...