JOHAN SVERDRUP OILFIELD, North Sea Norwegian oil worker Nils Magne Lunde is preparing to drill a well at Johan Sverdrup, a North Sea offshore field which started in October and has quickly become Western Europe's biggest oil producer with rapidly rising output.
OSLO Norway's $1.1 trillion (£857 billion) wealth fund, the world's largest, said climate change dominated discussions about whether it should sell stakes in companies because they are considered too risky.
OSLO Seadrill Chairman John Fredriksen, the oil rig firm's top shareholder, is stepping down with immediate effect, the company said on Thursday, as it holds discussions with lenders about restructuring its massive debts.
OSLO Environmental groups urged a Norwegian appeals court on Tuesday to take emissions from the country's oil and gas exports into account when ruling on the government's decision to allow oil firms to explore in Arctic waters in 2016.
OSLO Green groups will try to convince a Norwegian appeals court on Tuesday that the government has violated the constitution by granting oil firms exploration rights in its Arctic waters.
OSLO Swedish oil firm Lundin Petroleum , a partner in Norway's giant Sverdrup oilfield, posted a smaller-than-expected decline in third-quarter earnings on Thursday, while raising output forecasts and cutting capital spending guidance.
OSLO The chief executive of Norway's sovereign wealth fund announced on Wednesday he will step down after nearly 12 years, saying just days after the fund hit a record value that it was a good time for a leadership change.
OSLO Equinor's third-quarter profit fell by more than expected on Thursday after a significant decline in the volume and price of natural gas sold to Europe, although the Norwegian firm reiterated its forecast for flat 2019 production.