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We have given Vår Energi consent to use the Ringhorne facility for production drilling on the Ringhorne field.
We have carried out an audit of Equinor Energy (Equinor) and their management of logistics, emergency preparedness and the working environment for the living quarters facility for the Johan Sverdrup field.
We have given Norske Shell consent to use the Island Constructor mobile drilling facility for activities on the Knarr and Ormen Lange fields.
We have carried out an audit of Saipem Drilling Norway AS within the domains of emergency preparedness and logistics on board Scarabeo 8. We identified regulatory breaches and as a consequence we are issuing Saipem with a notification of order.
We have carried out an audit of Equinor Mongstad in order to monitor how they have followed up non-conformities we have previously pointed out within the working environment domain. The audit revealed that a number of non-conformities had not been rectified and we are consequently issuing Equinor with a notification of order.
New technological solutions, data sharing and interconnecting systems are meant to benefit the oil industry – but also help to increase vulnerability. The PSA is responding to this challenge by learning more and extending its supervisory activities.
We have carried out an audit of Equinor focused on the design and fabrication of the turret for FPSO Johan Castberg.
We have given Lundin consent for exploration drilling of wells 16/5-8 S and 16/5-8 A.
We have carried out an audit of Seadrill and their management of emergency preparedness, logistics, maintenance and the working environment on the West Hercules mobile drilling facility. The audit identified extensive breaches of the regulations and detected that the company had not rectified non-conformities that we had previously pointed out. We have now issued Seadrill with a notification of order.
Figures from the annual trends in risk level in the petroleum activity (RNNP) survey for 2018 reveal progress in important areas, and the overall major accident indicator is at its lowest-ever level. “We’re moving in the right direction,” says Anne Myhrvold, director general of the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA).