North Sea Oil & Gas News

Tie-back to existing infrastructure is new the most common way of developing new finds, bout in the North Sea, Norwegian Sea :and the Barents Sea:

Slightly used FPSO becoming available for reuse:

Dana submits draft plans for Western Isles decommissioning

Large gas find in Norwegian sector:

Norway logs largest hydrocarbon discovery in 10 years

Good news and bad news. Finding more gas is good news for the future: (maybe not for the climate)

That prices of existing gas drops immediatly is not so good news.
Revenue from the new gas will come on after it gets to the market, which may be several years from now.

The PETROJARL FOINHAVEN moored at M.A.R.S (Frederikshavn – MARS ) for recycling /scrapping
Photo: Wim Kosten – (c)

Two sides of the same case:

It took a long time to get started, but quick to finish:

Video report about the storm evacuation in 2011 and the following recovery and upgrade:

Construction starts for unmanned North Sea Munin platform

Looks like Bloomberg has a problem with metric units:

What NPD said:

They even made an effort to explain what “GSm3” stands for.

A bit further north:

Ice situation in the northern part of the Barents Sea is variable:

Vår Energi (ENI) is also active in the Norwegian part of the Barents Sea:

COSL Prospector rig leaving Las Palmas; Source: Canarship