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Statoil is hiring again

After thousands of layoffs over recent years, the Norwegian oil major again plans to hire new staff for the Norwegian shelf. There are still new projects on the way in this area, says Statoil.

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Statoil is once more recruiting staff after several years of layoffs, states the Norwegian oil company, which aims to hire more than 50 new people annually over coming years to work on the Norwegian shelf.

"We believe it will be possible to maintain profitable and sustainable production at the current level on the Norwegian continental shelf up to 2030 and beyond. However, this means that we must continue to attract talented personnel with good qualifications," says Aksel Stenerud, Vice President Human Resources Development and Production Norway.

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