Håkon Skretting

Håkon Skretting

Director Arctic, Canada, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Russia and USA

haakon.skretting@norwep.com
Phone: (+47) 905 65 393

Thor Christian Andvik

Thor Christian Andvik

Project Director Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions

thor.christian.andvik@norwep.com
Phone: (+47) 909 55 240

Events

4 forthcoming events, 7 past events. Latest update 22 September 2017

  • Arctic Ambitions Conference Expand Minimize 3 - 4 October 2017

    The "Arctic Ambitions VI" Conference and Exhibition, includes a focused Arctic Technologies and Innovation panel and B2B meeting opportunities.

  • Harsh & Cold Climate Technology Solutions Workshop (US) Expand Minimize 28 September 2017

    Operators, main contractors and technology companies will discuss current challenges and technology solutions at this Workshop to be held at Norway House in Houston, USA.  In addition, a special Rystad Energy report on targeted international opportunities will be presented. 

  • Harsh and Cold Climate Technology Solutions Workshop Expand Minimize 26 September 2017

    This Workshop is in cooperation with The Royal Norwegian Embassy, with the focus being on technology needs offshore Canada, asset integrity, operations and winterization needs etc. To be held in St. John's, Canada on 26 September 2017.

  • KIOGE 2017 Expand Minimize 4 - 6 October 2017

    Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP) will be present to offer partner support during 25th Kazakhstan International Oil and Gas Event (KIOGE) in Almaty, Kazakhstan from 4 - 6 October 2017.

  • Workshop with Gazprom during RAO Expand Minimize 11 - 16 September 2017

    Norwegian Energy Partners are taking part in a Workshop with Gazprom on 13 September 2017 during RAO/CIS Offshore  – Exhibition and Conference and welcome our partners to attend the exhibition/conference and this workshop.

  • 7th Arctic & Cold Climate Solutions Network Meeting Expand Minimize 6 September 2017

    Norwegian Energy Partners is running a joint national industry project: "Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions". This is a project to strengthen Norwegian Arctic offshore maritime and petroleum related technology and competence. We wish to pave the way for Norwegian industry delivering world class technology/solutions for Arctic and Cold Climate capital development projects, as well as related infrastructure, in the markets: Norway, Greenland, USA (Alaska), Canada, Russia and Kazakhstan (The Caspian Sea).

  • Global oil & gas Market update Roadshow Expand Minimize 6 September 2017

    Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP) and Rystad Energy presented the Annual Offshore Oil & Gas Market Report 2018-2021
    And also an update on the Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions database and the project market reports as well as NORWEP activities 2017/18.

  • Global oil & gas Market update Roadshow Expand Minimize 24 August 2017

    Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP) and Rystad Energy presented the Annual Offshore Oil & Gas Market Report 2018-2021. Including an update on the Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions database and the project market reports as well as NORWEP activities 2017/18. The meeting was held at the Scandic Stavanger Forus Hotel on 24 August 2017.

  • 6th Arctic & Cold Climate Solutions Network Meeting Expand Minimize 7 June 2017

    Norwegian Energy Partners is running a joint national industry project: "Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions". This is a project to strengthen Norwegian Arctic offshore maritime and petroleum related technology and competence. We wish to pave the way for Norwegian industry delivering world class technology/solutions for Arctic and Cold Climate capital development projects, as well as related infrastructure, in the markets: Norway, Greenland, USA (Alaska), Canada, Russia and Kazakhstan (The Caspian Sea).

  • 5th Arctic & Cold Climate Solutions Network Meeting Expand Minimize 3 May 2017

    Norwegian Energy Partners is running a joint national industry project: "Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions". This is a project to strengthen Norwegian Arctic offshore maritime and petroleum related technology and competence. We wish to pave the way for Norwegian industry delivering world class technology/solutions for Arctic and Cold Climate capital development projects, as well as related infrastructure, in the markets: Norway, Greenland, USA (Alaska), Canada, Russia and Kazakhstan (The Caspian Sea).

  • 4th Arctic & Cold Climate Solutions Network Meeting Expand Minimize 8 March 2017

    Norwegian Energy Partners is running a joint national industry project: "Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions". This is a project to strengthen Norwegian Arctic offshore maritime and petroleum related technology and competence. We wish to pave the way for Norwegian industry delivering world class technology/solutions for Arctic and Cold Climate capital development projects, as well as related infrastructure, in the markets: Norway, Greenland, USA (Alaska), Canada, Russia and Kazakhstan (The Caspian Sea).

Project Info

4 project info. Latest update 29 April 2016

  • Short info about the project Expand Minimize Thor Christian Andvik, Prosjektdirektør, INTSOK, 29 April 2016

    Summary of the project Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions and your company can be a part of this endeavor.

  • A project to strengthen Norwegian Arctic offshore maritime and petroleum related technology and competence Expand Minimize Thor Christian Andvik, Prosjektdirektør, INTSOK, 29 April 2016

    The aim of this project is to facilitate Norwegian industry, delivering world class technology/solutions for arctic and cold climate capital development projects.
    Both offshore technology and onshore coastal facilities as LNG plants and terminals in Arctic waters are included, as well as related maritime offshore activities.

  • Benefits of participation in Steering Committee Expand Minimize Thor Christian Andvik, Project Director, INTSOK, 10 February 2016

    INTSOK will manage the Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions project with a Steering Committee, with representatives from authorities, operators, petroleum industry, as well as research institutions/universities.
    The objective of the Steering Committee Meeting is to provide an update and progress report of the Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions project, highlight important issues and provide direction to the project.

    See how your company could benefit from taking part in the project on Steerin Committee level!

  • Who have already joined Expand Minimize Thor Christian Andvik, Project Director, INTSOK, 10 February 2016

    The list of companies participating in the Steering Committee for the project (per 31st January 2016).

Reports

5 reports. Latest update 7 June 2017

  • Market Report - Alaska (US) Expand Minimize Rystad Energy for the Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions project, 7 June 2017

    Project members can contact Thor Christian Andvik (thor.christian.andvik@intsok.com) to access the reports.
    A limited number of projects means that yearly spending is to a large extent driven by single projects. The Shell Arctic exploration campaign pushed offshore spending up to USD 4 billion between 2012 and 2015, while for the next couple of years, spending is expected to remain around USD 1 billion per year. The development of the Liberty project and Tulimanique will push up spending in the mid-2020s.
    Undeveloped resources offshore Alaska are estimated by Rystad Energy to add up to 31 billion barrels, of which 70 percent is oil. The lack of export infrastructure puts natural gas discoveries at a significant disadvantage, compared to oil.

  • Market Report - Greenland Expand Minimize Rystad Energy for the Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions project, 7 June 2017

    Project members can contact Thor Christian Andvik (thor.christian.andvik@intsok.com) to access the reports.
    Activity in Greenland is currently at a standstill following years of continued disappointments.
    The E&P companies showed little interest in the licensing rounds of 2016 and 2017. Greenlandic authorities have scheduled another round for next year in a previously drilled area offshore West Greenland in the Davis Strait.
    Currently, there is no ongoing activity as such offshore Greenland. The most imminent would be related to seismic collection in the northeastern licenses.

  • Market Report - Kazakhstan Expand Minimize Rystad Energy for the Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions project, 7 June 2017

    Project members can contact Thor Christian Andvik (thor.christian.andvik@intsok.com) to access the reports.
    As of May 2017, no fields/projects are under development, i.e. sanctioned. However, several interesting non-sanctioned projects are in the pipeline.
    Rystad Energy estimates recoverable resources of approximately 22 billion barrels of oil equivalent in the Kazakh sector of the Caspian Sea.
    The offshore production in Kazakhstan is forecast to increase towards 450,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day by 2020.

  • Market Report - Canada Expand Minimize Rystad Energy for the Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions project, 19 October 2016

    Project members can contact Thor Christian Andvik (thor.christian.andvik@intsok.com) to access the reports.
    Market report from Rystad Energy giving both the overview and the details on the current state and proposed developments in the Canadian market.
    The Atlantic Canadian offshore region currently has five producing projects, one development project and ongoing exploration activity. Production totaled 174,000 barrels per day of liquids and 1 billion of cubic meters of gas in 2015.
    Total expenditure in 2025 is forecast to reach 7 billion USD and by 2030 14 billion USD. All of the spending during the next five years is expected to occur in the Newfoundland and Labrador region. Significant exploration spending in the Northern Territories is not expected until the middle of the 2020’s.

  • Market Report - Norway Expand Minimize Rystad Energy for the Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions project, 19 October 2016

    Project members can contact Thor Christian Andvik (thor.christian.andvik@intsok.com) to access the reports.
    Market report from Rystad Energy giving both the overview and the details on the current state and proposed developments in the Norwegian market.
    The Norwegian Arctic, and especially the Barents Sea, has seen a great number of new discoveries over the past five years. Eleven years after the Goliat discovery, exploration results started to improve again with the discovery of Johan Castberg in 2011.
    In terms of production, the Norwegian Arctic is expected to grow considerably. The first growth phase will be in 2016-2019 as Goliat is ramping up and Aasta Hansteen is put on stream. The next growth phase will be in the beginning of the next decade. The recent exploration success will most likely lead to an investment cycle, resulting in large growth in both spending and production. With these new projects, the Barents Sea will certainly become an important production province and could contribute as much as 15% of the total Norwegian production at the end of the next decade.