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 PSA has launched an investigation into a lifting incident on the Jotun B facility in the Norwegian North Sea on 19 May 2018.
Repsol Norge AS has received consent to remove the Varg A wellhead facility.
We have granted Statoil consent to use a replacement pipeline on the Heidrun field.
We have carried out an audit of analyses of waves on deck on the Brage facility.
Aker BP is the operator for production licence 203 and has received consent to drill exploration well 25/4-12 S and A in the North Sea.
The ability to notify censurable conditions at work (whistleblowing) is an important right in Norwegian working life. Employers are obliged to facilitate such notification and must have systems in place for this.
Eni Norge AS has received consent to perform manned underwater operations on the Goliat field.
Which values – and value – are at risk when making choices, asks PSA director general Anne Myhrvold.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has informed manufacturers, importers and suppliers in identical letters about the danger of using flat-braided steel slings.
We have carried out an audit of Statoil's safeguarding of structures in operation on the Sleipner field.