Equinor reprimanded for Martin Linge

In the fall, Equinor's bill for the Martin Linge field doubled to nearly EUR 6 billion. Now, the company is subjected to a number of directives following regulation breaches.

The Martin Linge field. | Photo: PREquinor

Equinor's problematic asset in the Norwegian Sea, Martin Linge, faces new challenges.

The oil company has now received a number of directives from the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) on account of nine serious regulation breaches at the field, reports E24. Besides these breaches, the authority singles out three areas of improvement for the field.

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