Corporate Website

Wintershall is active around the world. Learn more about our strategy, projects and values on our corporate website.

www.wintershall.com

 

 

Wintershall Norge

Wintershall Worldwide
Languages:

Energy Ticker

23.06.2017

DNV wins contract at Tyra

DNV GL has been awarded a contract for verification services at the Tyra field. The field is on the Danish side of the North Sea and is operated by Maersk.

Source: Petro.no

23.06.2017

National Oilwell cuts 170 jobs

National Oilwell plans to have yet another redundancy round in the company. Up to 170 employees will be temporarily laid off or downsizes. The company has few assignments due to the recession in the oil sector.

Source: Sysla.no

21.06.2017

The authorities have approved Njord and Bauge

The development plan for the new Njord and Bauge projects in the Norwegian Sea has been approved by the authorities. Total investment costs are expected to be NOK 20 billion (€ 2.1 billion). The plan includes upgrades of the Njord A-platform and Njord Bravo storage vessel.

Source: Offshore.no

14.06.2017

Statoil extends contract with TechnipFMC at Visund

Statoil has granted TechnipFMC an extension of the EPC contract at Visund Nord in the North Sea. The agreement includes delivery of subsea equipment; structures, wellheads and modifications of control systems.  

Source: Petro.no

14.06.2017

ExxonMobil`s income has declined NOK 16 billion

ExxonMobil reported sales of NOK 27.2 billion (€ 2.88 billion) on the Norwegian shelf last year. This constituted a decline of 18 percent compared with NOK 33.2 billion (€ 3.51 billion) in 2015. In 2014, the corresponding figure was NOK 43.3 billion (€ 4.58 billion). Thus, the company's revenues fell by NOK 16 billion (€ 1.69 billion) in two years. The decline is mainly due to the tough market situation in the oil industry.

Source: Offshore.no

09.06.2017

Statoil swapped shares with BP

Statoil and BP has swapped ownership interests in exploration licenses outside the south coast of Australia. BP will receive 30 percent ownership in two licenses. In exchange, Statoil gets 70 percent shares in to other licenses – making them sole owner of these fields. 

Source: Sysla.no

Press Contact

Verena Sattel
Communication Manager North Sea, Spokesperson

verena.sattel[at]wintershall.com