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Gas from Heidrun is piped to Tjeldbergodden in mid-Norway and provides the feedstock for the Equinor methanol plant there.
The field development concept includes two subsea templates and two production wells. Oil from Vilje is piped in a new 19-kilometre pipeline to the Alvheim FPSO
Block 34/7 in the Tampen area of the Norwegian North Sea.
The Vega gas and condensate field consists of the Camilla, Belinda and Fram B finds in the north part of the North Sea.
Veslefrikk lies in Norwegian North Sea block 30/3.
gas field development comprises three fields - Snøhvit, Albatross and Askeladd. These lie in the Barents Sea, about 140km north-west of Hammerfest in northern Norway. The fields were discovered in 1984 in 250m to 345m of water.
The Heimdal Gas Center, on Production License (PL) 036, is a hub for the processing and distribution of gas.
Vigdis lies in block 34/7 in the Tampen area of the Norwegian North Sea, and came on stream in 1997.
field lies in blocks 34/4 and 34/7, approximately 200km west of Floro, in Norway. Block 34/4 was awarded in 1979, while block 34/7 was awarded in 1984.
Huldra has been developed with a wellhead platform which ranks as the first Statoil offshore installation designed for normally unstaffed operation.
lies in blocks 15/5 and 15/6 in the Sleipner area of the Norwegian North Sea, about 40 kilometres north-west of Statoil's Sleipner East development. The water depth in the area is approximately 110 metres.
The plan for development and operation of Volve in the Norwegian North Sea was approved on 22 April 2005.
primarily a gas field, but it also possesses significant quantities of oil, in thin zones under the gas cap, to the west of the field. West Troll can be divided into two major zones.
The Kvitebjørn gas and condensate field lies in block 34/11, east of Gullfaks in the Norwegian North Sea.
lies in block 34/10 in the northern part of the Norwegian North Sea. Block 34/10 was awarded in 1978 to three Norwegian companies, Statoil (operator); Norsk Hydro; and the former Saga Petroleum.
Yttergryta subsea is a gas and condensate field in the Norwegian Sea, 33 km east of Åsgard B, developed with a simple subsea production facility on the seabed
field is located on the Haltenbank in the Norwegian Sea, 35km southeast of the Kristin field in roughly 285m of water. The discovery comprises two structures - Tyrihans North and Tyrihans South.
Sleipner West is tied back to Sleipner East, and the two fields share the same operations organisation.
located in the south-west part of the Halten Bank, Kristin is the largest of several substantial discoveries made by the former Saga Petroleum company south and west of Statoil's Åsgard development.
field was developed using a semisubmersible steel drilling, production and quarters platform, connected to a subsea completion system. The wellheads for 21 wells are installed under the platform, with a separate template for two other wells, located 8km
Sleipner East has been developed with the Sleipner A drilling and production platform, which is linked by bridge to a gas treatment platform and a flare stack.
is situated on Haltenbanken, in blocks 6407/7 and 6407/10, 130km north of Kristiansund and 30km west of the Draugen field. Licences were awarded to block 6407/7 in 1985 and to block 6407/10 in 1987.
is located between Heidrun and Norne. The reservoir contains gas.
Alpha North is a satellite to Sleipner West which was sanctioned for development in 2002.
field lies on the Haltenbank in the Norwegian Sea, about 200km from mid-Norway and 50km south of Statoil's Heidrun field.
a small gas and condensate discovery 16 kilometres southwest of the Norne
Gungne is a satellite to Sleipner East in the North Sea.
lie in block 34/10, in a water depth of 135m. The Gullfaks Satellites will produce more than 260 million barrels of recoverable oil and condensate in the first phase. Production will plateau at 125,000 barrels per day.
The Brage platform is an integrated accommodation, processing and drilling installation on a steel jacket.
The field has been developed with the Statfjord A, B and C production platforms, which all have concrete gravity base structures incorporating storage cells.
field lies in 220m of water, on Halten Bank East, which is about 40km south of Åsgard's Midgard deposit and 40km north of Draugen. The field was discovered in 1987 and it straddles blocks 356407/5 and 6407/6 in the Norwegian Sea.
The Fram oil finds in the North Sea comprise the Fram West and Fram East fields. The fields are located about 20 kilometers north of the Troll field at a depth of approximately 350 meters.
The Sygna oil field is located in the north-east corner of the Statfjord area in the Norwegian North Sea.
field was discovered in 1984, when Norsk Hydro drilled well 30/9-3. The field is located 115km from the shore and 13km from the Oseberg field, in a water depth of 101m. The field is operated by Norsk Hydro.
Gjøa, including the Vega satellite development, is the largest project in the North Sea today.
Tune lies 10 kilometres southwest of the Oseberg Field Center and is developed with subsea production installations tied into the Field Center.
field is located in block 5604/20 in the north-western part of the Danish sector of the North Sea, about 220km from the coast. The field lies at a depth of 2,070m in Palaeocene sandstone and has recoverable reserves of 60 million bbls.
Provide high quality technical support to deep water assets, including, geological evaluations, evaluation of reservoir performance,
Giving advice in external enviroment issues
is responsible for StatoilHydro’s geophysical and processing efforts based in Houston
Overall responsibility for use and promotion of subsurface applications
Contribute to development of requirements within the piping and valve discipline
The HSE&Q engineers will promote HSE work and the safety culture of the various drilling projects.
Contribute to the success of our projects by working effectively in a team environment with Geology, Geophysics and other Engineering disciplines
Provide support in all areas of Health, Safety & Environmental issues
Develop multiphase metering philosophy for early phase projects in Norway and abroad
Help develop long-term inspection plans
The sector for marine structures and risers (MSR) is looking for a senior / principal engineer in riser technology to join the team in Stavanger or Oslo.
will have the responsibility for the preparation of drilling programs and oversee operations of assigned StatoilHydro deepwater wells.
Provide reservoir engineering support for field development plans and be responsible for estimates of producible gas resources.
Provide technical resources and technical support to all phases of development projects within the GoM organization
This position will provide petrophysical support to StatoilHydro’s onshore gas organization in Houston, Texas, USA.
Participating as project engineer in all phases of project work in Norway and abroad within pipeline commissioning/decommissioning activities
role is to provide competence and technology to the operating assets and projects within well completion
Monitor the outside operated drilling and completions operations for a multi rig horizontal shale gas development
The successful candidate will have a broad knowledge of geology, geophysics, and entrepreneurial thinking
Specify requirements for equipment and services within dry wellhead/christmas tree systems and follow-up suppliers
Oil Capital of Europe The city of Stavanger, Norway is called the "subsea oil and gas capital", and Norway's largest oil company Equinor is headquartered at Forus. The state oil company Equinor was established by a unanimous parliamentary decision on June 14, 1972 and the head office was then added to the city. Stavanger is…
Quick Guide: How to Get Oil and Gas Jobs in Stavanger! This is a guide on how to get an oil and gas job in the Norwegian city of Stavanger. We have made lists of subsea related oil jobs available in both Stavanger and in Norway. In addition, there are lists of subsea suppliers and…
Most oil and gas companies in Norway is located in Stavanger. Today, Petoro, a Norwegian state-owned limited company, is responsible for safeguarding the business conditions related to the state’s direct financial involvement in the petroleum activities at the Norwegian continental shelf’s head office in the city. Several other international oil companies have their Norwegian headquarters…
The oil field Grane in the North Sea has been developed with an integrated accommodation, processing and drilling platform with a fixed steel frame construction resting on the sea bed. The platform is located around 185 kilometres west of Haugesund, where sea depth is 127 metres. The field was discovered by Hydro in 1991, and came on…
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Some of the oil companies are located in Oslo, which is Norway's capital and largest city, and also one of the oldest cities in the country. Oslo is also a municipality and a county and is located in the heart of the Oslo Fjord, with the city center in the heart of the two bays…
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