On 10 January, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) awarded 47 new production licenses to 25 companies: 29 in the North Sea, 16 in the Norwegian Sea, and two in the Barents Sea.
Even after decades of extensive exploration, it is clear that E&P companies are still interested in the Norwegian Continental Shelf, and this mature area continues to deliver.
Make Better Decisions
In 2022 PGS acquired 7 000 sq. km of GeoStreamer X data in the Norwegian Sea; together with our existing GeoStreamer coverage, we can support all awarded companies with reliable subsurface data, to help them uncover new potential and derisk infrastructure lead exploration.
In addition to the existing MultiClient library, PGS will acquire approximately 12 500 sq. km of GeoStreamer X data in the Norwegian Sea starting in May 2023.
Congratulations to all awarded companies. With our GeoStreamer and GeoStreamer X coverage, we hope to become your preferred seismic partner.
In addition to the seismic coverage of APA license areas, PGS also offers rock physics properties related to these seismic datasets in its rockAVO atlases.
Access the Data
To arrange a data show, check shapefiles, or secure access to the latest seismic survey results or rockAVO atlas materials, talk to your PGS account manager.
North Sea | APA 2022 awards and PGS data
Norwegian Sea | APA 2022 awards and PGS data
Barents Sea | APA 2022 awards and PGS data
Contact a PGS expert
Please contact a member of our Europe team for more information.