Statoil did not discover oil in the controversial Apollo well near Bear Island.

Billions are invested in the Zvezda yard outside Vladivostok to make it capable of meeting Russia’s growing demand for ice-protected ships and platforms.

The state-owned oil company in 2015 intends to conduct seismic mapping of seven fields in the Pechora Sea.

Members of a Swedish civic organisation collected and delivered more than 20,000 signatures from individuals protesting the proposed construction of a nuclear power plant in northwest Finland by the power consortium Fennovoima.

Ship supply services are not included in the sanction regime against Russia, Norwegian authorities conclude.

Then it is decided. Pyhäjoki nuclear power plant south of Oulu can be built with Russian reactor technology.

A historical agreement between Fortum, Rosatom and Gazprom gives the Finnish energy major control over a lion’s share of hydropower capacities in Northwest Russia.

The Russian oil major is pulling out of a string of deals with Norwegian oil service companies.

The North Atlantic Drilling Ltd is requesting permission for a continued cooperation with Rosneft.

The state-owned company PetroVietnam strikes a deal with Gazprom-Neft on the development of the Dolginskoye field in the Pechora Sea.

Statoil plans to expand its Snøhvit gas plant outside Northern Norway for NOK 21 billion.

The “Saturn” lost one of its lifeboats and got its helipad destroyed in last week’s Arctic storm, pictures of the rig show.

Drilling rig ”GSP Saturn” arrives in Murmansk after a troublesome voyage through stormy Arctic waters.

Gazprom Neft has so far shipped 200,000 tons of oil from its platform in the Russian Arctic.

Rumors are flying like the storm that hit the Romanian built jack-up rig “Saturn” near the island Kolgoyev last Friday.