What you need to know about the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD)
The NPD is inviting oil companies to a course. Mark your calendars for Tuesday, 13 December.
The target group for the course includes members of the licence committees for exploration and fields, other specialists and regulatory liaisons in the oil companies.
The goal of the course is to refresh knowledge about the NPD’s roles and tasks in relation to the industry.
A programme for the day with registration info will be published on npd.no in early November.
The course is in Norwegian, but an English course will be scheduled in the spring.
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