During ONS in 2006 Prime Minister at the time, Jens Stoltenberg, encouraged the oil industry to increase the proportion of women which was about 20 percent. Eight years later, nothing has happened. Figures from Iris Institute in Stavanger show that only one of eight offshore employees is women. The CEO of Norwegian oil and gas, Gro Brækken, thinks something must happen. – The choice of profession women make today is amazingly traditional, despite the fact that we have a high percentage of labor force participation among women. Men gets first in line, but we have to work to find women, says Brækken who believe the industry is not doing a good job communicating that technical subjects is also about relations and processes, where women prove to be very talented.