The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway, the Norwegian Environment Agency and the Norwegian Coastal Administration have completed their investigation of a crude oil spill from Statfjord’s OLS B loading buoy on 8 October 2015. Nonconformities from the regulations have been identified.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway's investigation of the gas leak at the Kårstø facility in January 2016 has concluded. The investigation identified a number of regulatory breaches.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) made an order for COSL Drilling Europe following the fatal accident on COSLInnovator of 30 December 2015. This order has been withdrawn on the basis of new information in the case.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) has completed its investigation into the incident on 30 December 2015 when the mobile offshore unit COSLInnovator was struck by a wave. One person was killed and four injured, while the unit suffered extensive damage to part of its living quarters.
The PSA has instigated an investigation after a person was hit by a wire rope and received serious injuries, on the Goliat field in the Barents Sea on 25 June 2016.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway's investigation of the well-control incident at Visund A in March 2016 is now complete. The investigation identified several breaches of the regulations.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) has made an order for COSL Drilling Europe AS following investigation of the accident on COSLInnovator on 30 December 2015, in which a person died when the facility was hit by a wave.
The PSA has decided to instigate an investigation of a well control incident on the Visund field on 17 March 2016.
A 31-kilogram grating plate fell eight metres on the Heidrun facility on 22 September 2015, grazing a person who suffered pain and swelling in one shoulder. The PSA’s investigation of the incident has identified several nonconformities from the regulations.
The PSA has completed its investigation into Norske Shell and contractors' own follow-up of incidents involving falling objects at Nyhamna in 2015. No non-confirmities with the regulations were identified in connection with our investigation.