Five sets of regulations have been adopted for health, safety and the environment (HSE) in Norway’s offshore petroleum sector and at selected petroleum plants on land.
The PSA's annual report is now published. The annual report is issued in an electronic version in late April, along with the publication of Trends in risk level in the petroleum activity (RNNP).
We have given Statoil consent for modifications required for deploying a temporary transport solution.
Figures from the 2016 study of trends in risk level in Norway’s petroleum activity (RNNP) show an increase in serious hydrocarbon leaks and well control incidents. The major accident indicator is still at too high a level.
The PSA has given notice of an order to Total E&P Norge AS (Total) after an audit of the Martin Linge project.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway's participation in international arenas for inter-agency cooperation shows that current challenges in the petroleum industry are common to most countries.
We have carried out an audit of alarm load and human factors in the main control room at Kårstø.
Statoil has received consent to put the Gina Krog facility and associated pipeline system into service.
We have carried out an audit of work on hydrocarbon-carrying systems on Goliat.
We have carried out an audit of design engineering and fabrication in connection with the modification of Njord A.
Statoil has received consent to drill an exploration well in block 7219 in the Barents Sea.