INTSOK is the norwegian oil & gas partners

INTSOK was established in 1997 as an independent, non-profit foundation with the purpose ofstrengthening the long-term basis for value creation and employment in the Norwegian oil andgas industry through expanding the industry’s international business activities. Today, INTSOKrepresents some 300 partner companies, including subsidiaries. These companies have proventheir competitiveness by winning international contracts in supply chains for the petroleum sector.

INTSOK Services& DeliverablesINTSOK

Market and project information
Capability mapping and technology monitoring
Client seminars,workshops and meetings
Advisory support on market entry strategies
Competence building projects
Experience exchange in networks


The collaborating partnersof INTSOK consistof the following:

Norwegian Government
Professional Organizations
Partner Companies

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