Norwegian Continental Shelf No. 1-2015

Ingress-eng
04.05.2015
The main theme is this year’s 50th anniversary of the first licensing round on the NCS.

We have interviewed several achievers from that time. Other articles deal with the recruitment position in the industry, and ask whether young people are again being frightened away from petroleum-related studies.

And is the outlook for the oil and gas sector as bleak as it has been painted by members of the Norwegian government? No, says Petter Osmundsen, professor of petroleum economics at the University of Stavanger.

A positive contribution is nevertheless provided by the forthcoming Johan Sverdrup development in the North Sea. The last oil worker on that field has yet to be born.

 

Read the articles here

Bente Nyland Leader: Learn from the past >>
Past achievers Past achievers >>
Carl August Fleischer With law shall the land be built >>
Nils B Gulnes In at the start >>
Fredrik Hagemann Interview Fredrik Hagemann:
Found his field >>
Ocean Traveler

50th anniversary of the first licensing round

First to find >>

Dry debut

50th anniversary of the first licensing round

Dry debut >>

Drawing lessons by Roar Hagen Drawing lessons by Roar Hagen >>
Celebrating wise choices Celebrating wise choices >>
Johan Sverdrup

Johan Sverdrup - Norway’s new giant >>

Hans Henrik Ramm The interview: Hans Henrik Ramm
Watcher in the wings >>
Doubts return over oil jobs Doubts return over oil jobs >>
A move closer to chess in schools A move closer to chess in schools >>
Fridtjof Riis

Inspiration for young geologists >>

Forecasts for the oil industry – facts or scaremongering?

Forecasts for the oil industry – facts or scaremongering? >>

Raining ash Rockshot: Raining ash >>
norskpetroleum Facts sited >>