AZERBAIJAN AND NORWAY TO DISCUSS ENERGY CO-OPERATION
20/06/2014Azerbaijan and Norway are to discuss co-operation in the energy sector during Norwegian Deputy Minister of Petroleum and Energy Kare Fostervold’s visit to the country in June.Fostervold will be visiting Baku this month in order to attend the 21st International Caspian Oil and Gas Conference. Norway is an important and long-term energy partner of Azerbaijan, with Norwegian firm Statoil operating in Azerbaijan since 1992 and having signed the Contract of the Century in 1994.
The news follows a proposal by Asim Mollazade, member of Milli Majlis, parliament of Azerbaijan that Azerbaijan should continue to co-operate with energy companies in the EU.
Eric Doyle, Regional Director – Europe at Aquaterra Energy, said: “With a number of clients in the Scandinavian region, and having previously installed 260 centralisers for BP Azerbaijan’s fields in the Caspian Sea in 2012, Aquaterra Energy fully supports the continued co-operation between these two great nations.
“Aquaterra Energy’s international services were officially recognised in 2009 with a Queen’s Award for International Trade, solidifying our position as a leading and dependable supplier to the international oil and gas industry.”