Five sets of regulations have been adopted for health, safety and the environment (HSE) in Norway’s offshore petroleum sector and at selected petroleum plants on land.
The theme for this year’s top executive conference was “changes, the future and expectations”. How will the oil industry be affected by digitalisation and robotisation?
We have carried out an audit of Statoil as a holder of production licences on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
We have carried out an audit of Statoil and the semi-submersible facilities at Kristin, Åsgard B, Troll B, Troll C, Visund and Snorre B, as well as the Heidrun and Snorre A tension leg platforms, in respect of waves on deck.
Aker BP is the operator for production licence 790 in the North Sea. We have given the company consent to drill exploration well 34/2-5 S.
We have carried out an audit of the responsible person for the electrical facilities at Aker BP and electrical facilities on the Skarv FPSO.
In a circular to the industry, the PSA emphasises that mobile facilities with an Acknowledgement of Compliance (AoC) must fulfil the AoC obligations even during periods when they are not on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
We have carried out an audit of Aker BP focused on the working environment and operational conditions in the drilling areas of the DP, IP and WP facilities on the Valhall field.
We have given Statoil Petroleum (Statoil) consent to use the Songa Enabler mobile drilling facility on the Snorre field.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) has given its consent for ConocoPhillips Skandinavia AS (ConocoPhillips) to dispose of the Ekofisk 2/4 H, Ekofisk 2/4 A, Ekofisk 2/4 FTP and Ekofisk 2/4 Q facilities in the North Sea.
In September and October 2017, we carried out an audit of 4 main suppliers of subsea facilities.