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Conversion of Slagen Refinery to Import Terminal

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After a thorough Information and Consultation process with employees and their representatives the Board of Directors of Esso Norge AS has decided to convert its Slagen refinery to a Fuel import terminal. Slagen refinery operates in an increasingly challenging market, characterized by strong competition, evolving regulatory measures and falling demand leading to overcapacity in the […]

Source: ExxonMobil


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Equinor completes sale of its US onshore assets in the Bakken

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Equinor and Grayson Mill Energy have completed their transaction that was previously announced in February 2021. As a result, Equinor has divested all its operated and non-operated acreage in the Bakken field in the US states of North Dakota and Montana to Grayson Mill Energy, along with associated midstream assets, for a total consideration of around USD 900 million.

Source: Equinor

Published: May 6, 2021


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Equinor Submits Troll West Electrification Plan to Norwegian Authorities

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Equinor and partners Petoro, Shell, Total and ConocoPhillips have decided in favour of Troll West electrification, and today submit the plan for development and operation to the minister of petroleum and energy. The decision includes partial electrification of the Troll B platform and full electrification of Troll C in the North Sea. This will cut […]

Source: World Oil


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Electrification to Fight Climate Change: The Challenge of a Lifetime

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As the American Jobs Plan, President Biden’s $2.25 trillion infrastructure package proposes a $174 billion investment ‘’to win the EV [electric vehicle] market.” The goal of 500,000 charging stations across the U.S. by 2030 is big probably not ambitious enough. The American Energy Alliance, for instance, reports that “wouldn’t even amount to 50% of what is needed in […]

Source: Forbes


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How Norway Became Europe’s Biggest Power Exporter

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The world’s largest synchronous electricity network has allowed many European countries to make power trading a part of everyday grid balancing. Until now, France has usually acted as the grid’s largest exporter, thanks to its location and nuclear fleet. But in 2020, Norway rose above France to become Europe’s powerhouse. What changed in the two countries, and is this an anomaly or a trend?

Source: power-technology.com


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