Norway Exports edition for Oil & Gas available for download

A new  Norway Exports edition for the Norwegian Oil & Gas industry has just been published.

OG-omslag-lit_200x272.jpg (53836 bytes)A new  Norway Exports edition for the Norwegian Oil & Gas industry has just been published.

Comprised of several in-depth articles and  a presentation of 56 different companies, this edition is now also available for download in PDF format.






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(To download right-click on your mouse, then click Save-Target-As to save the document to your computer. Document file size is 7 mb)

The articles appearing in the printed edition can also be read at The following articles are included in the 2005/06 edition of Norway Exports - Oil & Gas:

Bonanza on the Shelf
By David John Smith
You would have to go all the way back to Norway’s first licensing round in 1965 to find a time in which as much exploration acreage on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) has been available for the oil and gas industry as is the case today.
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Hands Across the Water
By David John Smith
Norway has been extremely active in promoting Norwegian oil and gas in the international sector.
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Gaining the Gulf of Mexico
By William Stoichevski
The Gulf of Mexico has developed rapidly into a base for oil companies and suppliers with Norwegian head offices.
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Increasing Recovery, Increasing Value
By Dean Clark
Greater revenues from record-high oil prices are fuelling creativity in Norway’s energy sector.
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Bound for the Barents
By William Stoichevski
Norwegian oil companies Statoil and Hydro are calling the Barents Sea the next great petroleum province.
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From the Far North to the Middle East
By David John Smith
It is no secret that the Middle East is the geographic area with the largest known oil and gas reserves in the world.
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Preparing for the Future
By Jonathan Tisdall
Norwegians like to call the rags-to-riches tale of winning petroleum wealth from the terrifyingly hostile northern seas their “oil fairy tale”.
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A number of the company profiles in the Shipping edition can also be found online. Below is a listing of the companies participating in the print edtion, with links to their company profiles at

• Aanderaa Data Instruments AS
• Ahlsell Norge AS
• Autronica Fire & Security AS, Div. Oil & Gas
• CETech AS
• Complex Flow Design AS
• CTour Process Systems AS
• DeepOcean ASA
• Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
• EAS- Automation AS
• Eide Marine Tech AS
• Eksportfinans ASA
• Epcon Offshore AS
• F&M Miljøkjemikalier AS
• Ferguson Norge AS
• FMC Kongsberg AS
• Framo Engineering AS
• Frank Mohn Flatøy AS
• GTO Subsea AS
• Haakon Ellingsen AS
• Hamworthy
• Hitec Products AS
• Holta & Håland Metering AS
• Institute for Energy Technology (IFE)
• J. Martens AS
• JOTRON Electronics AS
• Kongsberg Maritime AS
• Mintra AS
• Miros AS
• National Oilwell AS
• Nexans Norway AS
• NOR Instruments AS
• Nordea Bank Norge ASA
• Norsk Hydro ASA
• Norwegian Computing Center (NR)
• NTNU Department of Petroleum Engineering & Applied Geophysics
• Oceaneering Rotator AS
• Oiltech AS
• Pipeline Specialists International AS (PSI)
• ProPure AS
• Rapp Bomek AS
• Rolls-Royce Marine AS
• Scandpower Petroleum Technology AS
• Scandpower Risk Management AS
• Sevan Marine ASA
• Siemens AS, Oil & Gas Division
• SINTEF Energy Research AS
• SINTEF Petroleum Research AS
• Sotra Marine Produkter AS
• Southern Marine AS
• Statoil ASA
• TeamTec AS
• Thermtec AS
• TietoEnator – Energy, Oil & Gas
• Torgy Mek. Industri AS
• AS Trans Construction
• University of Oslo, Faculty of Mathematics & Natural Sciences
• VIKING Life-Saving Equipment Norway AS
• VisSim AS
• Wellquip AS
• YORK Novenco AS