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Brazil is the largest country in South America and the oil, natural gas, and electricity markets have expanded substantially in recent years. The challenging deepwater development projects have high priority in the Norwegian oil and gas industry. According to the Intsok annual market report , the investments on the Norwegian continental shelf is estimated to USD billion for the period, the offshore expenditure for Brazil is estimated to surpass USD billion, according to the projections. Anestimated The Norwegian pavilion at Riocentro was among the biggest international pavilions at the exhibition this year, and the deputy minister formally opened the Norwegian pavilion on September 17 th.

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Other factors include the need to handle challenging weather conditions in the North Sea, strict national legislation and HSE requirements, and high standards required by the operators. In many ways, the Norwegian continental shelf has functioned as a laboratory where companies have had to find new solutions and overcome technological challenges to be able to lift the resources. A study carried out by the Centre for Applied Research at the Norwegian School of Economics showed that about 86 people in Norway were directly employed in petroleum-related service- and supply industry at year-end Almost 19 of these were working offshore.

After some challenging years, the industry is now more optimistic about the future. After years of growing costs, lower oil prices induced and helped catalyse cost reduction programmes throughout the petroleum sector.

The operators and the service and supply industry have managed to reduce costs and increase efficiency, resulting in profitable projects even at low oil prices. Even thought this has been difficult for everyone involved, it was also necessary to stay competitive in the long run.

As a demonstration of its adaptability and competitiveness, Norwegian suppliers have won several big contracts both in domestic and international markets recently. Download as image PNG. The illustrations below shows the relationship between oil companies or operators dark blue and the different service and supply segments light blue. The industry also consists of other services orange , however, petroleum induced activity in these segments are not considered a part of the service and supply industry.

Located throughout Norway, the industry employs a large share of people along the costline. The petroleum sectors main seat is in the Stavanger region, where companies offering a wide range of goods and services are located. In other parts of the country, companies operating in the same market segment are clustered together based on regional expertise. In and around Oslo is well-established engineering expertise and a cluster of seismic companies. Trondheim has a strong position in education, research and development, while the Bergen region has become a hub for platform maintenance and subsea equipment.

In Buskerud, especially in Kongsberg, is a strong cluster focusing on subsea technology, automation and dynamic positioning equipment. Southern Norway is home to world-leading companies specialising in drilling technology.

The Aalesund region has maritime companies who together make up a complete shipbuilding and outfitting cluster. Technologies originally developed specifically for the petroleum sector are also applied in a range of other sectors, along with the service and supply industry's experience and expertise.

One example is offshore wind — and floating offshore wind in particular. Another area utilising design principles and technology from the petroleum sector is open ocean aquaculture.

Other examples include carbon capture and storage, water purification, sensors used in satellites, and medical research. Sketch of a field during development and operation Source: Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. Rapid developments in subsea technology are making it possible to extract oil and gas at increasing depths and distances from land. Subsea solutions will play a vital role in the development of new discoveries in the Barents Sea. Exciting new developments include a breakthrough in subsea compression technology in Norway.

The aim is to maintain the level of production as the pressure in the reservoirs drops. Equinor envisages the installation of this type of technology on more fields as a cost-effective way of increasing the recovery rate and prolonging field lifetime.

It will boost recovery from the Mikkel and Midgard reservoirs by million barrels of oil equivalents. In developing the system, Aker Solutions drew on experience it gained during a pilot project on subsea compression on Ormen Lange. The subsea wet gas compressor for Gullfaks is another example of cutting-edge technology, and was developed by OneSubsea in cooperation with Equinor.

This means that production will rise by 22 million barrels of oil equivalents. The compressor station was built and tested entirely by suppliers and subcontractors in Western Norway. The Norwegian service and supply industry is active in offshore markets all over the world. However, according to the report, global activity will pick up again in and the following years.

Subsea equipment and installation constitute the largest product segment in terms of revenue in international markets for Norwegian suppliers. Seismic experienced growth in revenues from to As in previous years, UK sales spanned most product segments.

Brazil is a market of growing importance to all segments, particularly subsea equipment and services, but also operational services and logistics primarily vessel hire. Subsea equipment and services also constitute the largest share of sales in the US market, followed by rig and drilling services.

The organization aims to strengthen the long-term basis for value creation and employment in the energy industry, and is the government's most important tool for promoting the Norwegian energy industry in international markets. For a long time, the industry has been and will continue to be a cornerstone in the Norwegian economy. Long-term efforts to develop a strong Norwegian based service and supply industry has been successful.

It employs a vast number of people all over the country, operates at the edge of the technology frontier across multiple segments, and has a demonstrated ability to maintain competitiveness.

This also means that the overarching principles of Norwegian petroleum legislation are being followed. That is, resources on the continental shelf shall be managed in a long-term perspective so that value creation benefits society as a whole, among other things by providing employment and strengthening Norwegian businesses.

Research and technology development has been crucial in the successfull development of oil and gas resources on the Norwegian continental shelf. A long-term commitment to research and development activities will also be vital when we embark on the Norway is a small player in the global crude market with production covering about 2 per cent of the global demand. Norwegian production of natural gas covers approximately 3 per cent of global demand, however, as an exporter Norway is a significant Throughout more than 50 years of offshore petroleum activities, the industry has developed cutting-edge technologies and leading expertise, making it internationally competitive.

Home Developments and operations The service and supply industry. Development and employment A diverse industry An industry with international scope. Development and employment. A diverse industry. Direct and indirect petroleum-related activity Download as image PNG The illustrations below shows the relationship between oil companies or operators dark blue and the different service and supply segments light blue.

The Norwegian supply industry is world-leading in subsea technology. Illustration: Equinor. An industry with international scope. International revenues in the Norwegian service and supply industry , 10 largest countries Updated: Updated: Relevant content Petroleum related research and development Research and technology development has been crucial in the successfull development of oil and gas resources on the Norwegian continental shelf.

Exports of oil and gas Norway is a small player in the global crude market with production covering about 2 per cent of the global demand. To home. To top. Developed by Last Friday. Data last synchronized

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Other factors include the need to handle challenging weather conditions in the North Sea, strict national legislation and HSE requirements, and high standards required by the operators. In many ways, the Norwegian continental shelf has functioned as a laboratory where companies have had to find new solutions and overcome technological challenges to be able to lift the resources. A study carried out by the Centre for Applied Research at the Norwegian School of Economics showed that about 86 people in Norway were directly employed in petroleum-related service- and supply industry at year-end Almost 19 of these were working offshore. After some challenging years, the industry is now more optimistic about the future. After years of growing costs, lower oil prices induced and helped catalyse cost reduction programmes throughout the petroleum sector.

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This seminar will not take place at this time due to the serious virus situation in Norway. This visit will not take place at this time due to the serious virus situation in Norway. The breakfast meeting is cancelled due to low interest but its still available slots for advisor meetings. Norwegian Energy Partners in cooperation with DNB, invite you to join us for a mini-seminar on how to do business in Brazil. Norwegian Energy Partners invite you to join us for a mini-seminar on how to do business in Brazil.

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