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Svein Arne Svilosen, Even Gilleboe, Janka Rom and Sølvi Amundrud are some of our employees who will hold the lectures.

18/06/2019 This autumn, for the fourth straight year, we will be holding a course on our roles and tasks, and what this entails for your working day in the oil and gas industry.

The course will be held on 14 November in our offices in Stavanger.

The “Course for the industry” is extremely popular and has received very good feedback. Participants at previous courses say that it was very useful for a young new hire in an oil company in Norway.

The course has been fully booked every time, so make sure to register early. We have room for about 130 people and you can register for the course starting at the end of August.

Hands on with own employees

The course has particular focus on following up production licences. It is relevant for all who work with production licences in the exploration, development and operations phases in the oil companies.

Others who work in the industry are also welcome.

Topics that will be covered: 

  • Framework and role of the authorities
  • Regulations
  • Social economics
  • Production licences
  • Development and operations
  • Reporting to the NPD
  • Revised national budget (RNB)

Our own employees, who have a “hands-on” role in the daily work, hold these lectures. The course will be held in Norwegian.

Updated: 18/06/2019

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