The agreements include transport systems for export of petroleum from Norway to other countries, as well as fields and facilities on the border between the United Kingdom and Norway. An agreement has also been entered into with the USA for cooperation on HSE issues.
The agreements are listed in alphabetical order according to country. Although the attachments on the website have Norwegian titles, some agreements and treaties are published in English.
The international agreements (MOU - Memorandum of Understanding) govern the cooperation between the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway and relevant safety authorities in the respective countries.
The MOUs relate to facilities where all of the involved parties have authority as regards safety.
The treaties have been entered into between the Kingdom of Norway and the respective countries, and they deal with both safety and resource issues.
Therefore, the treaties affect several governmental bodies. The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has entered into MOUs in the field of fiscal metering of exported oil and gas.
A joint overview of treaties with the authorities of other countries is published on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' website.