Edvard Grieg and Ivar Aasen runs on power from shore
The Edvard Grieg and Ivar Aasen production platforms on the Utsira High area in the North Sea are now operated with electric power from shore. Two gas fired turbines have been shut down, and thus we achieve a significant reduction in emissions of greenhouse gases.
40 years of Valhall – aiming for 2060
The Valhall field came on stream on 1 October 1982, with a goal of 250 million barrels. But at this point, more than 1.1 billion barrels have been produced from the area. Our ambition is to reach two billion barrels over the next 40 years.
The Valhall development is characterised by a continuous mission to seek out new, more efficient ways to recover oil and gas, and at the same time, a strong determination among the owners to further develop the area. The result is both technology development and value creation that hardly anyone could imagine when the field started producing 40 years ago.Karl Johnny HersvikCEO in Aker BP
If you set high goals, you must find new ways to reach them
Challenge established truths. Find new ways of working. Improve all aspects of our operations.
We want to change the oil and gas industry. We are the rebels seeking radical improvements. At Aker BP, we welcome the rebels – because we will achieve something meaningful. Important to us and vital to you.
We are a rebel with a cause.
Press release: Aker BP’s board approves field development projects
Aker BP’s board has approved that the operator Aker BP will vote in favour of submitting Plans for Development and Operation (PDO) for the NOAKA field development project, the Valhall PWP-Fenris project, the Skarv Satellite Project and the Utsira High projects. The final approvals to submit the
Press release: Investment decision for the Wisting project postponed
The partners in the Wisting licenses have decided to postpone the investment decision originally scheduled for December 2022. The maturation of the project continues, aiming for an investment decision by the end of 2026. CEO of Aker BP, Karl Johnny Hersvik comments: “The Wisting partners,
Press release: Aker BP sells shares to employees
As part of its annual share saving plan, Aker BP has received subscriptions from employees for a total of 599,076 shares. The employees will pay NOK 242 per share, representing a 25 percent discount to the reference market price, and the shares are subject to a three-year lockup. A total
Press release: Aker BP: Ex dividend USD 0.525 today
The shares in Aker BP ASA will be traded ex dividend USD 0.525 (NOK 5.5282) as from today, 31 October 2022. The payment date will be on or about 8 November 2022.
Press release: Third quarter 2022 results
In its first full quarter after the Lundin acquisition, Aker BP delivered operating profit of USD 3,959 million and net profit of USD 783 million. Highlights: – New production record of 412 mboepd with high production efficiency – Industry-leading low emissions of 3.4 kg CO2 per
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