New Dates: Oil & Finance in Oslo

Source: press release, 27 January 2021

illustration: NPF
illustration: NPF

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF) has decided to move the conference to new dates: 2-3 June 2021. With vaccines now being distributed globally, the organisers do believe, however, there is a “light at the end of the tunnel”, and that we will be able to meet in person shortly.

The organisers look forward to having participants join them for the Oil & Finance Conference 2021 where they aim to deliver a conference with a strong line-up of keynote speakers, panel debates and networking opportunities to connect and engage with colleagues.

This year’s Oil & Finance agenda, with its “Back in black or Highway to Hell?” theme, will take up topics such as:

  • NCS today – Ministry perspective
  • Energy addition, not energy transition
  • M&A trends in the North Sea
  • Discussion: Heading for shortage?
  • Discussion: M&A and industry trends on the NCS
  • ESG-implications for the NCS?
  • Equity and IPO market for oil and gas
  • Norwegian and US high yield bond financing on the NCS. Process and trends for high yield issuances
  • ESG – impact on financing of oil and gas activities in the North Sea Market?
  • Legal trends for M&A on the NCS and the UKCS
  • Norwegian parliamentary elections 2021 – what to expect for the oil industry

Check out the NPF website for more information.

Date: 2-3 June 2021
Lysebu, Oslo, Norway

Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF)
Kristin Øinæs, Project Manager