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Norway Exports edition - Oil & Gas Technology available for download

Download or read the Norway Exports edition for the Norwegian Oil & Gas Technology.

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Download or read the Norway Exports edition for the Norwegian Oil & Gas Technology.

Comprised of several in-depth articles and  a presentation of 76 different companies, this edition is now also available for download in PDF format.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


CONTENTS:

Norwegian Oil & Gas articles

Profits on the shelf
By David John Smith
According to Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy Odd Roger Enoksen, continued high activity on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) is an incentive for the oil and gas industry to seize opportunities that arise from current and projected oil prices.
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Warming hearts & homes
By David John Smith
British Prime Minister Tony Blair had only positive things to say about Norwegian technology during the official opening of the Langeled gas pipeline in October 2006.
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Norwegian ingenuity in the arctic
by Nancy Bazilchuk
The Arctic does not surrender its treasures lightly. Willem Barents, the Dutch explorer for whom the Barents Sea is named, was the first of many to learn this in his doomed pursuit of a northeast passage to Asia in 1597. 
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Deepwater’s “golden triangle”
By Dean Clark
The Gulf of Mexico, Brazil and west Africa form what some have called a “Deepwater Golden Triangle”; three areas rich in energy potential and rife with challenges that call for high-tech solutions.
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Making the unthinkable possible
By Kristian Kahrs
An oil nation for over 30 years, Norway has a number of mature and marginal fields on its continental shelf.
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Real science, not science fiction
By Kristian Kahrs
If you had told the Norwegian offshore pioneers in the 1970s that they could visualize and control subsea production facilities deep below the surface from onshore virtual control centres, they would either have thought that you were crazy or were making a science fiction film.
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Environmental consciousness gives competitive edge
By Kristian Kahrs
Norway has some of the world’s strictest environmental laws for offshore oil production, but such concern doesn’t come from the government alone.
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