Annual Report 2010

This article originates from the news archive of Det norske.

29. March 2011

Det norske’s Annual Report is ready. We call it ‘Det norske heads north’ to emphasize that we want to be offensive in the Far North. The report focuses on the challenges we have on the way to becoming a full-fledged oil company with development and operation of own fields. This year you can also study the report digitally.

aarsrapport 2010We have divided the report into an Annual Report and the Board of Directors Annual Report and Financial Statements.

Both reports can be read here.

This year, in collaboration with Headspin Production AS in Trondheim, we have created an online solution for optimal reading on the internet. A normal PDF is also available.

Scanpartner AS Trondheim has developed the concept and illustrations for the Annual Report. The concept is based on the Steampunk style that among others is inspired by authors Jules Verne and HG Wells, and combined with the open winter scenery that is found in the north.

The digital report is trying to preserve the open feeling by using the space around the elements and a scalable layout. Emphasis is made on simple and predictable navigation, also for mobile devices. This includes supports for navigation with finger movement.

To order a printed copy of the report, send an e-mail to detnor@akerbp.com with your name and address.

About Det norske:
Det norske is the second-largest operating company on the Norwegian Continental Shelf both considering number of operatorships, exploration- and drilling activity. The aggressive exploration program is the largest an independent Norwegian company has ever conducted on the NCS. Det norske runs its activities in a safe and responsible manner in close cooperation with the authorities. Det norske will in 2011 participate in over 10 drilling operations as partner or as operator.

Det norske currently employs a staff of around 200. The company`s registered office is located in Trondheim. The company also has offices in Oslo, Harstad, and Stavanger. Det norske is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (DETNOR).