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The program aims to ensure long term competitiveness in the oil and gas business and continued profitable development of the petroleum resources of the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

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  • Strong science and excellent industry-academia collaborations

    Strong science and excellent industry-academia collaborations is the conclusion in a new evaluation report about the two research centres for petroleum.

  • New OG21-strategy: New technology could result in petroleum worth billions and reduce CO2 emissions

    Chairman of OG21, Elisabeth Kvalheim, handed over the new technology strategy for Norwegian petroleum industry to the Minister of Petroleum and Energy in Norway, Tord Lien, at the OG21-forum November 30th. It shows ten main priorities in several areas that together will provide better utilization of resources on the Norwegian continental shelf to lower costs and with lower greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Well intervention at half price

    The Norwegian entrepreneurial company Resonator AS has with support from Statoil, Wintershall, and the petroleum programs DEMO 2000 and PETROMAKS 2 in The Research Council of Norway (RCN) successfully demonstrated a new technology solution that removes mineral and hard deposits in production wells for oil and gas.

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