Norway expects to see increase of projects and job opportunities in oil industry

Norway expects to see increase of projects and job opportunities in oil industry With three new projects settled this month only, Norway is expecting to see an increase in activity in the oil and gas industry over the next few years.

EMAS AMC, a leading global offshore contractor and provider of integrated offshore solutions to the oil and gas industry, announced that it has signed a contract with Statoil for the transport and installation of subsea templates for the Norwegian Sea’s deepest offshore project – the offshore work will start in 2015.

Subsea 7 S.A. announced the award of a contract valued at approximately US$380 million from Statoil for the Aasta Hansteen gas field, located in the northern part of the Norwegian Sea.

Faroe Petroleum, the independent oil and Gas Company focusing principally on exploration, appraisal and production opportunities in the Atlantic margin, the North Sea and Norway, announced the spudding of the Darwin exploration well.

Due to the growth of the oil and gas market, TUjobs will be posting daily new job vacancies on their website, making it easier for people to apply for international jobs. Leading multinational companies in the oil sector such as Aibel, GK Norge and Statoil, amongst others, are now advertising their vacancies with TUjobs – the new online recruitment company specialised in online recruitment for the oil and gas sectors. The online platform has already released many job vacancies over the past year and the number of available jobs is on the rise.

This week, the job ads that stand out on www.TUjobs.com are:

• Instrument Engineer at National Oilwell Varco in Arendal
• Engineering Quality Leader- Oil & Gas at Experis Engineering  in Akershus
• Mechanical Engineers at National Oilwell Varco in Arendal
• Quality Adviser at Experis Engineering in Rogaland

Find out more by visiting www.TUjobs.com.