FactPages and FactMaps – old versions are removed
3rd of October the old versions of FactPages and FactMaps will be replaced with the new versions launched 6th of June 2019. In connection with this, work will be ongoing so that both new and old pages can be inaccessible parts of the day.
Referring to information given 6th of June 2019 which was sent to everyone who has subscribed to NPDs news "FactPages and FactMaps – technical information".
The old version will be removed, and the new version will be available at https://factpages.npd.no.
The old factmap will be removed and the new version will be available at https://factmaps.npd.no.
Some of the old services on http://gis.npd.no/arcgis/rest/services will still be available for a period but will be removed without further notice. We do recommend that you switch to the new services as soon as possible.
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Drilling permit for well 7220/2-2
The Norwegian Offshore Directorate has granted Equinor Energy AS drilling permit for well 7220/2-2 in production licence 1080, cf. Section 13 of the Resource Management Regulations.
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Dry well in the North Sea
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Drilling permit for well 35/11-29 S
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The minerals we need
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