Tag: norway

Norwegian ambassador: US energy ‘not an easy fix’ for Ukraine crisis

FuelFix spoke with Norway’s ambassador to the U.S. about growing tension in Ukraine and how it affects European energy security.  More »

Gas carousel making Spain Europe’s biggest gas exporter

Spain overtook Norway in March to become the region’s biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas, but the southern European nation has never produced any of the fuel.  More »

Polar politics threaten Norway’s deepest drive in Arctic

The Norwegian government, seeking to sustain oil revenues that have fueled the country’s prosperity, has floated plans to let drillers push closer than ever to the ice cap — only to run into the strongest opposition yet.  More »

Private equity funnels millions into oil field technology firm

Private equity firms Energy Ventures and Epi-V will funnel $41.5 million into Norwegian oil field equipment provider DWC.  More »

U.S. more energy secure because of shale, chamber says

The United States became more energy secure in 2013 as the shale boom continued to pad domestic resources, according to an analysis by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.  More »

Oil chiefs to suppliers: Your prices are too high

A rising cost-control cry among oil executives has plenty of basis in the economics of the oil patch, but also may be an open message to suppliers that if prices don’t come down, their business will.  More »

BP to separate US onshore business as it cuts assets

BP is planning to split its U.S. onshore oil and gas business into a separate company by next year, a bid to become more competitive with smaller rivals that dominate the region’s shale reservoirs, executives said Tuesday.  More »

Q&A: Norway’s new ambassador makes early stop in Houston

In an interview with FuelFix, the new ambassador discusses Norway’s interests in Houston and the fund that Norway created for investing its oil wealth.  More »

Aboard a Statoil North Sea platform (photos)

Statoil believes the nation’s oil and gas output can remain at current levels until 2025 and possibly beyond, even as it tightens spending amid rising costs.  More »

Aerial drones developed to locate deep-sea oil and gas (photos)

Drones soon could make waves in the North Sea, the latest oil-rich region to test the unmanned flying machines’ use in locating and extracting oil and gas reserves.  More »

Exxon Russia ambitions show oil trumps Obama-Putin spats

As Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin argue over human rights in Russia and the fate of fugitive U.S. intelligence analyst Edward Snowden, the countries’ biggest oil companies are preparing to drill for giant discoveries together in the Arctic Ocean.  More »

Nations jockey for Arctic position, US not in lead

Nations across the world are hurrying to stake claims to the Arctic’s resources, which might be home to 13 percent of the world’s undiscovered oil and 30 percent of its untapped natural gas.  More »
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