Investimento Norueguês no sector de petróleo e gás deverá atingir o pico em 2014

Investimento Norueguês no sector de petróleo e gás deverá atingir o pico em 2014De acordo com a Associação Norueguesa de Petróleo e Gás, os investimentos em petróleo e gás no mercado interno da Noruega são esperados atingirem o pico em 2014.

O grupo espera que o investimento na indústria atinja um valor de € 28.9 bilhões (212 bilhões de coroas norueguesas) e acredita que o número se manterá nesses níveis até 2017. O setor de petróleo da Noruega tem experienciado um boom de investimento na parte de preços do petróleo nos últimos anos, há dez anos, o investimento total foi de € 7.3 bilhões ( NOK54 bilhões) . Continue reading

Learning about gender discrimination in Australia

Thousands of people who have faced gender discrimination in Australia and were seeking remedy have found relief in the gender Discrimination Act. The act has provided the people of Australia with an equipment to educate themselves about equality between men and women.

If you are thinking about how to stop gender discrimination in Australia, there are service providers to help you out. Now, let us get into the details about the gender discrimination Act and what it can do for people. Continue reading

Conferência offshore de petróleo e gás na Noruega celebra 15º aniversário

Conferência offshore de petróleo e gás na Noruega celebra 15º aniversárioA “Offshore Technology Days” (OTD), uma das maiores conferências marítimas de petróleo e gás na Noruega, realiza-se esta semana em Stavanger, comemorando o seu 15º aniversário.

O evento anual de 2 dias, terá lugar no Forum Stavanger nos dias 23 e 24 de Outubro de 2013 – consistirá numa conferência e várias exposições. Este ano hospedará cerca de 500 exibidores e mais de 25.000 visitantes. Continue reading

Norwegian Oil and Gas Association pleased with new political platform

Norwegian Oil and Gas Association pleased with new political platformThe Norwegian Oil and Gas Association has given the political platform presented by the new Norwegian two-party coalition a positive reception.

“We’re pleased that the government makes it clear that the petroleum industry will be important for value creation and technology development in Norway for the foreseeable future,” explain Gro Brækken, director general of the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association. Continue reading

Investimentos em Petróleo na Noruega vão aumentar em 2014

Investimentos em Petróleo na Noruega vão aumentar em 2014Devido às novas descobertas de campos de petróleo, a Noruega vai aumentar as suas despesas em 3,2 % na indústria de petróleo no próximo ano, o que constitui um novo recorde para a Noruega em termos de investimentos no setor petrolífero. O centro de estatísticas da Noruega (Statistics Norway)  anunciou que os gastos em petróleo irão atingir os 35,3 bilhões de dólares em 2014, o que significa um aumento de 23,4 % em relação a 2013.

Entre 2002 e 2012, os investimentos em petróleo e gás cresceram 220%, devido a projetos de grande dimensão em Ormen Lange e Snohvit. Em 2014 , a maior parte dos investimentos será utilizado na manutenção dos campos atuais de produção. Dos 170 bilhões de dólares, 70% serão investidos no desenvolvimento de novos campos e 30 % serão utilizados na exploração. Continue reading

Oil production hits a new peak in Norway

tujobs.comNorway hit a new record in crude oil production this July. According to the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD), Norway registered a 5% increase compared to July last year. NPD explained, “High production from several fields ensured that oil production in July was the highest since May 2012.”

Due to this boost, it is expected that Norway will achieve its 2013 oil production goal. NPD said, “So far this year oil production is about 0.5% below the NPD’s prognosis.” This increase in oil production is due to new offshore developments in Norway, such as the Johan Sverdrup oil discovery. This was the biggest find in Norway and it contributes 3.3 million barrels of recoverable oil to Norwegian oil production. Continue reading

Rocks Jewellers Introduces Ring Builder App; Helps Clients Customise Engagement, Wedding Rings

Rocks Jewellers, one of the top providers of diamond rings in Ireland, proudly introduces its ring builder app, which allows anyone to create the ideal ring they want. The company decided to offer this new service to give customers the power to create and customise the design they want for their rings. The jeweller also shares that they wanted to show their transparency with their pricing. 


Elegant Rings, Excellent User Experience
Rocks Jewellers reveals that developing a ring builder app has always been a part of their plan. Other than continuously expanding and creating their collection of elegant engagement and wedding rings, the company is always hard at work at improving their service before, during, and after sales. “Value is added as we create products that strike a balance between best quality and price,” the jeweller shares. The new app is their way of making it easier for their customers to decide on the ring they want regardless of their budget.  Continue reading

“Online Everywhere” Now a Reality According to Trends Expert Daniel Levine

More and more, people are expecting to have Internet access everywhere they go, a trend that is being catered to by companies and municipalities worldwide. 

Social trends are the movement of culture in a measurable direction, according Daniel Levine. “Once a trend gets going, it usually keeps going, getting more so, and Online Everywhere is one such trend,” said Levine, a trends expert and public speaker who is the Editorial Director of  Continue reading

Legendary Japanese Orthopedic Backpack Randoseru is Available in Russia

Legendary Japanese orthopedic backpack Randoseru is finally available for purchase in Russia.

Leather backpack Randoseru ( is an important element of Japanese teen culture that has become a fixture of schoolchildren in the Land of the Rising Sun in the middle of the twentieth century. However, the story of the appearance of this bag in the Japanese islands dates back several centuries. Continue reading

Norway recruits skilled people for new projects

tujobs.comBy 2016, Norway will be missing 20 percent of the necessary qualified workforce to keep up with new projects related to conventional hydrocarbon production. The access to new hydrocarbon resources made the number of projects increase in Norway.

According to Andrew Gould, Chairman of British energy company BG Group Access, these new projects “will require a workforce bigger than we have seen for 25 years,” in Norway. Continue reading