Onshore Facility

The term ”onshore facility” is used as a collective term for onshore petroleum facilities covered by these regulations and supplementary regulations. The term includes both onshore facilities covered by the Petroleum Act and onshore facilities that fall outside the scope of the Petroleum Act. The regulations also cover the actual facility for production and/or utilisation of petroleum and systems, installations and activities integrated with the onshore facility or that have a natural connection to it. The regulations also cover other systems, facilities and activities used for industrial purposes inside the ”fence” of the relevant onshore facilities.

Source: Guidelines Regarding the Framework Regulations, Norway, updated December 2012. Regulatory Guidance


Onshore Facility

The petroleum facilities at Kårstø, Sture, Kollsnes, Mongstad, Tjeldbergodden, Melkøya, Nyhamna, Slagentangen and their associated pipeline systems, as well as the gas power plants at Hammerfest, Skogn and Grenland and their associated pipeline systems, including those parts of the onshore facilities that are also covered by the Petroleum Act’s definition of a facility, cf. Section 1-6 of the Petroleum Act.

Source: Regulations relating to health, safety and the environment in the petroleum activities and at certain onshore facilities (the Framework Regulations), Norway, February 2010 (amended December 2011). Regulations


Onshore Facilities

Onshore facilities or parts thereof also mean temporary equipment.

Source: Guidelines Regarding the Technical and Operational Regulations, Norway, updated December 2012. Regulatory Guidance

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