Statoil ASA (STO.N)
9 Dec 2016
Tue, Dec 6 2016
OSLO Norwegian state-controlled oil company Statoil will not resume using Airbus's H225 Super Puma helicopters even if Norway's Civil Aviation Authority decides to lift a ban imposed after a fatal crash off Norway in April, the company said on Tuesday.
OSLO The balance between demand and supply in the oil market will shift earlier than previously expected due to OPEC's output cuts, with prices heading towards $60 a barrel next year, Statoil's chief executive said on Tuesday.
OSLO Norwegian oil major Statoil has made its first investment in solar power technology, stepping up efforts to gradually complement its petroleum portfolio with renewable assets, the company said on Tuesday.
OSLO Statoil could drill its first well in the Salina Basin offshore Mexico in 2018 at the earliest, its exploration chief told Reuters on Tuesday.
OSLO, Nov 22 A fire broke out in an engine room on Saipem's Scarabeo 5 drilling rig in the Norwegian Sea on Tuesday, Norwegian oil company Statoil said in a statement.
Nov 16 Norway state oil firm Petoro's CEO, Grethe Moen, told an industry conference in Stavanger, Norway, on Wednesday:
BRIEF-FMC Technologies and Technip alliance receives EPCI contract from Statoil for its Trestakk field in Norwegian Sea
* FMC Technologies and Technip alliance received a integrated engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPCI) contract from Statoil for its Trestakk field in Norwegian Sea Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
BODOE, Norway Statoil and partners will invest 5.5 billion Norwegian crowns ($665.51 million) in the development of the Trestakk oil and gas field off Norway, down from a January estimate of 7 billion crowns, the company said on Tuesday.
BODOE, Norway, Nov 1 Statoil and partners will invest 5.5 billion Norwegian crowns ($665.51 million) in the development of the Trestakk oil and gas field off Norway, down from a January estimate of 7 billion crowns, the company said on Tuesday.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina's state-controlled energy company YPF said on Friday it signed a deal with Norway's Statoil to study potential offshore drilling sites off Argentina's Atlantic coast.
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