Norwegian oil pay highest in world
With an average annual wage of USD 175.000 (one million kroner), Norway’s oil employees now earn more than twice the world average, research shows.
According to the survey, one of three oil workers globally expects wages will increase by up to 10 percent this year.
RWE Dea Norge does not want to deliver Zidane's development plan in October as planned due to insufficient profitability.
Exxon Mobil has halted drilling in the Kara Sea with the North Atlantic 'West Alpha' rig, Bloomberg reports.