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NPD to present new resource report

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Dinoflagellates. Photo: Robert Williams/NPD.

22/08/2022 On Thursday, 25 August, Kjersti Dahle Grov, acting Director of technology, Analysis and coexistence, will present the Resource Report 2022.



The report provides a general status and analysis of the long-term opportunities and challenges for petroleum activity on the Norwegian shelf (NCS).


Some of the topics addressed in the report:

  • Remaining resource potential and the opportunities and values this could represent for the Norwegian society
    Confirmation that the NCS is competitive, both in terms of cost and emissions

  • What is needed for Norway to maintain its role as a stable, long-term and secure supplier of oil and gas to Europe

  • Challenges, dilemmas and opportunities when this activity must adapt to a stricter climate policy framework

Place: The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate’s offices, Valhall auditorium, at Ullandhaug in Stavanger.

Time: Thursday, 25 August, 10.00 - 11.30

The presentation will be given in Norwegian, and live-streamed on npd.no.

Register here: (Norwegian only)

The presentation will be followed by a panel debate and light refreshments.
NOTE! Due to the parking situation at the NPD’s offices, we recommend that all interested parties make use of public transportation. For buses from Stavanger, take route no. 6 Sandnesroute no. 7 Sola or route X60 Sandnes.

Contact

Ola Anders Skauby

Director Communication, public affairs and emergency response

Tel: +47 905 98 519

Updated: 25/08/2022

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