According to preliminary production figures published by energyglobal.com, Norway’s oil and gas production has increased by roughly 100,000 bpd for June 2014, roughly a 6 percent increase from May 2014.
The article states that the total petroleum production for the first six months in 2014 is about 107.7 million M3 oil equivalents of oil. This can be dissected into the following:
- 42.4 Million M3 oil equivalents of oil
- 11.3 Million M3 oil equivalents of NGL and condensate
- 54.0 Million M3 oil equivalents of gas for sale
The total oil volume is 0.6 Million M3 oil equivalents, about 1.5% higher than for the same period in 2013
Norway’s oil and gas industry is rapidly growing, and the industry is looking for new talent states the oil, gas and subsea industry job portal, TUJobs.com.
TUjobs.com, a subsidiary of Teknisk Ukeblad, allows trained specialists and expert labourers to find vacancies with some of Norway’s top energy organisations. Candidates can apply by creating profiles and CVs online through the website. Visit www.tujobs.com to find out more.