Minor change on Factpages
Today, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) is launching a new system for reporting geophysical surveys on the Norwegian continental shelf.
The reporting system has been developed in collaboration with the Institute of Marine Research and the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries. In this connection there will be some minor adjustments on Factpages under the "Surveys" tab.
No new attributes have been added or removed in any table views. However, depending on the year of the survey, one or more attributes will be blank.
However, for page views (general information), the following attributes have been removed:
- "Total length – planned [cdp km]"
- "Total length – planned [boat km]"
- "Net area – planned 3D/4D [km2]"
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