Tagged: Energy

Moderate growth in energy consumption

The growth in the overall energy consumption in Norway has been moderate in the last decade, with a 3 per cent increase from 1998 to 2008. From 2007 to 2008, the consumption rose by...

Statfjord celebrates 30 years on stream

Thirty years after the Statfjord field started production, one of the largest oil fields in the North Sea has now become a gas field. “On 24 November 1979 we brought one of the North...

Invests over £500,000 in Norway

Leading international environmental services specialist Total Waste Management Alliance (TWMA) has announced significant growth in its environmentally sound ‘slops’ treatment processing service in Norway with an investment of more than £500,000. TWMA designed, fabricated...

Low electricity consumption, increased exports

The consumption of electricity in power intensive manufacturing is still record low. In September it was reduced by 23 percent compared with the corresponding month last year. Production remained almost unchanged, while exports increased...

StatoilHydro’s CEO meets UK energy minister in London

Chief executive Helge Lund and UK minister for energy and climate change Ed Miliband met in London on Tuesday September 15, to discuss issues relating to StatoilHydro’s business in Britain. Miliband underlined UK’s good...

Powerful increase in energy costs

In 2008, total energy use in manufacturing, mining and quarrying was 80 082 GWh, a small decrease from the previous year. However, total energy costs increased by 17.2 percent in the same period Record high...

StatoilHydro gives climate advice to the UN

The Norwegian energy company StatoilHydro’s experience in carbon capture and storage was presented to the United Nations’ expert group on climate and energy in Stockholm, Sweden on August 20. Chief executive Helge Lund has been...