In keeping with tradition from previous years, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate will be in place in Hall 8 during ONS 2022, which will get under way on 29 August. The theme for this year’s stand is ‘The NOR-way’ and the concept is built around a classroom.
The NPD’s IOR award will be presented on 30 August.
This year we are celebrating 50 years since the Storting resolved to establish the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, and that it would be located in Stavanger. This year’s stand – which we share with the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy – reflects how we utilise knowledge from the past to look towards the future – The NOR-way.
Visitors can take advantage of learning opportunities over four days. The presentations – one each day – address the following topics:
Exploration and licensing rounds
The NPD of the future
“Class” will start at 12:00 on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, and at 13:00 on Tuesday.
Photo from the stand showing apples on the catheter.
The NPD will present its 17th IOR award on Tuesday, 30 August. This will take place during the ONS main conference. And the next day, on Wednesday, the winner will be presenting their work at a Technical session, which will take place at Uburen in the convention area. The session is open for everyone with access to the convention area.
Photo from the stand.
Photo from the stand.
Photo from the stand showing the coat of arms of Norway.
There are vast proven gas resources on the Norwegian shelf which are currently without development plans. Much of this gas is located in tight reservoirs – which makes it difficult to produce.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has conducted a mapping of gas resources that, for various reasons, have yet to be developed. Several of these discoveries could be produced in a manner that is profitable from a socio-economic perspective.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Harbour Energy Norge AS drilling permit for well 15/9-25 in production licence 1138, cf. Section 13 of the Resource Management Regulations.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) is changing its name to the Norwegian Offshore Directorate as of 1 January 2024. The new name reflects the additional responsibilities assigned to the directorate in recent years.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Equinor Energy ASA drilling permit for well 35/11-28 S in production licence 248 C, cf. Section 13 of the Resource Management Regulations.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Neptune Energy Norge AS drilling permit for well 35/6-4 A in production licence 929, cf. Section 13 of the Resource Management Regulations.