NPD Resource Report for Fields and Discoveries on the NCS.
By Ingrid Sølvberg – Director for development and operations, The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD)
Petroleum operations rank as one of Norway’s most important industries. Oil and gas have yielded huge revenues, which have contributed to developing Norwegian prosperity. Resources on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) are sufficient for this business to continue over many decades. Ensuring that the petroleum industry creates the greatest possible value for society is the main job of the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD). This year’s resource report on fields and discoveries presents facts and analyses which show that good work is being done to create value on the NCS. At the same time, we see a substantial potential for increasing value creation even further. We want to ensure that all profitable barrels are produced, not simply the easiest.
Ingrid Sølvberg began her career as subsea engineer in Statoil (now Equinor) in 1995 and was appointed to her first management position in 2004. Sølvberg has held several management positions, including director for platform technology and marine surveys from 2007 to 2010, followed by the role as HSE-director for mid and downstream businesses in Equinor. In 2012 she started as commercial manager in Centrica, before becoming director for the Norwegian and Barents Sea in the NPD in 2013. Sølvberg has held the position as director for development and operations since 2014.
This presentation is free and open to everyone. Refreshments will be served. The external registration is only required for the following dinner.