The book “Getting down to it 50 years of subsea success in Norway” is now printed! The book is written by Kristin Øye Gjerde and Arnfinn Nergaard. The Norwegian Petroleum Museum has had the responsibility of organizing and realization of the project.
This book published in 2011 can be read via the website of the Museum. The book is a result of a project initiated by the Norwegian Petroleum Museum to develop an industrial heritage plan for the offshore petroleum industry in Norway.
A project to document the history of subsea technology in Norway has been launched by the Norwegian Petroleum Museum (NPM) at the urging of veterans in the country’s oil and gas industry.
Did you know that more than 5000 wells has been drilled at the Norwegian continental shelf?
Did you know that: All Norwegian oil and gas production until 2016 equivalents only 1/15 part of the water in lake Mjøsa?
Did you know that: It has been produced enough oil from the Norwegian continental shelf to make 15 towers of oil barrels all the way to the Moon?
Troll A has total height of 472 metres, and is the world’s tallest movable manmade construction.