Edvard Grieg awarded Project of the Year!
Edvard Grieg-prosjektet er tildelt prisen "Project of the Year" for 2016 av Petroleum Economist. Prisen ble annonsert under en høytidelig seremoni i London i går kveld. "Dette er en fantastisk anerkjennelse både for vårt prosjektteam og for våre leverandører", sier administrerende direktør Kristin Færøvik.
Contracts awarded for Luno II
Lundin Norway has awarded a total of three study contracts for the potential development of the Luno II field in the North Sea. The contracts went to FORSYS Subsea, Heerema Fabrication Group and Xodus, respectively, with GE Oil and Gas and Emas Chiyoda Subsea as partners.
New seismic technology ready for the Barents Sea
Over the course of the last two years, geophysicists of Lundin Norway have worked with the geoscience company CGG to develop a completely new method of acquiring seismic data. The method is called TopSeis, and it will provide a significantly better image of the subsurface. TopSeis will be particularly beneficial for relatively shallow reservoirs, such as in the Barents Sea.
Meet us at ONS
Lundin Norway will be present in full force during ONS, with both a stand in the exhibition hall, and with contributions and lectures at many different events during the course of the week. The title and theme of our stand is "Unfold". We hope you will stop by so you can both see and hear what we mean by "Unfold".
Lundin awarded new licenses
In connection with the 23rd licensing round Lundin Norway has been awarded 5 new licenses in the Barents Sea, three of which as the operator. This is an important award to us as a company, but most importantly for the oil and gas industry in Norway. "The authorities has shown us great trust – a trust that we will manage well", says Managing Director Kristin Færøvik.
Johan Sverdrup takes shape, production capacity increases
Construction work has started on the enormous Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea. In 2016, 14,000 people will work on the development project, both in Norway and among suppliers all over the world. Through work on optimizing the facilities the production capacity in the first phase has increased to almost 440.000 boe per day.
Edvard Grieg field officially opened
Start-up for the Edvard Grieg field in the North Sea was officially celebrated yesterday with Minister of Petroleum and Energy Tord Lien attending. The field and platform will generate considerable revenues for the Norwegian society for the next 20 years and beyond. The discovery of Edvard Grieg also laid the foundation for a development that has proven to be crucial for the Norwegian oil and gas industry.