Tagged: gas

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...

Statoil reports consistent deliveries

Third quarter Operating and Financial Review Statoil’s third quarter 2009 net operating income was NOK 28.3 billion, compared to NOK 47.0 billion in the third quarter of 2008. “Statoil delivers solid financial and operational...

Joint hunt for suitable CO2 storage

Norwegian and British authorities are working together in the so-called One North Sea Project to identify suitable formations under the North Sea where carbon dioxide (CO2) can be stored. The first report from the...

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...

DNV becomes member of International Gas Union

The International Gas Union (IGU) has accepted DNV as a new member of its organisation. IGU represents 750 of the world’s gas experts and arranges the World Gas Conference every three years. “IGU has...

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...

The Global Pipeline Award 2009 to DNV

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) has given DNV the Global Pipeline Award 2009. This is the industry’s most prestigious global award and emphasizes the status of DNV’s pipeline standard. Asle Venås, who...