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Report: Offshore Norway Investment May Fall By $50 Billion

​About 3 billion barrels worth of pre-FID projects await sanction, according to an energy consultancy.

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Wartsila Expands Its LNG Footprint

Wartsila joins with Gasum to develop LNG distribution network for industrial sector.

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ONS 2016: Statoil Hits $25 Per Barrel Breakeven On Johan Sverdrup

Development costs for Phase 1 of the project offshore Norway have fallen by 21%.

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Canada Pumps Up North American Rig Count

In the U.S., the eight-week streak of oil rig additions came to a halt this week.

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EIA: OPEC Oil Revenue To Drop For Second Consecutive Year

​Unplanned production outages and low commodity prices have led to oil export revenue declines for OPEC members.

Statoil Pushes Ahead With Norwegian Double

Norway’s Statoil and its partners have submitted two Plans for Development and Operation (PDOs) for two field projects—one in the North Sea and one in the Norwegian Sea—that were both made economically attractive by the use of existing subsea infrastructure.

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Rockies Service Pricing Stable, But Activity Gains Elusive

Well stimulation levels have bottomed in the Greater Rockies following 18 months of decline, though significant activity expansion isn't likely anytime soon, service providers tell Hart Energy.