Håkon Skretting

Håkon Skretting

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

Phone: (+47) 905 65 393

Thor Christian Andvik

Thor Christian Andvik

Project Director Arctic and Cold Climate Solutions

Phone: (+47) 909 55 240

Vladimir Ryashin

Vladimir Ryashin

Energy Advisor Russia

Phone: +7 903 798 0997


0 forthcoming events, 7 past events.

Currently no planned events for Russia.

  • Russia Advisor Visit to Norway 2018 Expand Minimize 5 - 9 February 2018

    Opportunity for Partners to meet NORWEP's Advisor and discuss your Russia and Kazakhstan business strategy and actions.

  • 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.

  • 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).

  • Meetings with management delegation from GazpromNeft Expand Minimize 20 - 22 March 2017

    Partners will meet with a management delegation from GazpromNeft that will be visiting Norway from 20 – 22 March 2017.

  • Russia Advisor Visit to Norway 2017 Expand Minimize 2 - 9 March 2017

    Opportunity for Partners to meet NORWEP's Advisor and discuss your Russia business strategy and actions.

  • North Caspian Development Workshop Expand Minimize 17 - 18 November 2015

    INTSOK partners will participate in a Workshop with Lukoil, engineering companies and yards in Astrakhan, with focus on North Caspian Development.  The Workshop will be held on 17 November 2015, followed by individual meetings on 18 November, in the Government buildings of Astrakhan Region.

  • Still business opportunities in Russia Expand Minimize 13 October 2015

    INTSOK, in cooperation with the Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce (NRCC) held a Seminar in Stavanger on Tuesday 13 October 2015.


5 presentations. Latest update 30 August 2016

Priority projects

3 projects. Latest update 4 October 2017


3 reports. Latest update 15 August 2017

  • Russia Offshore Market Report 2018-2021 Expand Minimize Rystad Energy for Norwegian Energy Partners, 15 August 2017

    A comprehensive forecast of trends and developments in the Russian oil and gas market, focused on offshore capex and opex expenditures, covering the period 2018-2021.
    The report is prepared exclusively for NORWEP partners by Rystad Energy.

    This is an excerpt from the NORWEP's Annual Offshore Market Report 2018-2021. The full report can be found at:

  • Market Report - Russia 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 Russian market.
    Russia’s offshore oil and gas production is expected to increase from the current level of around 700 thousand boe/d to over 1 million boe/d by 2020. This is due to the new projects currently under development.
    Development of currently non-sanctioned fields are needed to offset the production decline after 2020. Despite the large discovered oil resources offshore Russia, development of these will take time and entail substantial investments. Due to the ongoing sanctions, western companies are prohibited in participating in deepwater and arctic oil development/production in Russia. As such, a limited number of final investment decisions (FID) are expected towards 2020.
    In 2014, the European Union and the United States imposed sanctions on Russia, banning exports of technology for deepwater drilling in Russia. It prohibits foreign companies to participate in new projects offshore Russia. Planned  exploration activity, such as the exploration cooperation between Exxon and Rosneft, was put on hold, and for the moment only four Russian companies can operate new projects in Russia: Rosneft, Gazprom and the private companies Lukoil and NOVATEK.

  • New restrictive measures against Russia Expand Minimize Bjørn Erik Noren, Director Business Development, INTSOK, 2 September 2014

    For export of certain categories of goods to the Russian petroleum sector it is required to have a permit in advance from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.