PetroNor E&P, listed on Oslo Børs (PNOR), is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company led by an experienced Board and management team, with substantial experience in oil and gas exploration, appraisal, development and production.
We are an independent oil and gas exploration and production company with multiple licences in countries offshore West Africa (Republic of Congo, The Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Senegal and Nigeria).
PetroNor E&P is present in West Africa with 2P reserves at year end 2022 of 19.1 MMbbls and an average production for 2022 of 4,688 bopd.
In addition, PetroNor E&P holds a portfolio of exploration licences in Guinea-Bissau, The Gambia and Senegal with net unrisked prospective resources of approximately 4 billion barrels of oil (from multiple prospects, based upon ERC Equipoise Competent Persons Report Letter March 2015 and management updates).
We look at creating value through application of cutting edge and smart technology.
The synergies between our business model and the latest technologies developed continuously in the offshore of the Norwegian Continental Shelf allow for maximum commercial outcome with the least environmental impact. The transfer of technology and excellence to our partners or host countries ensures long term collaborations and development.
We look at creating value through application of cutting edge and smart technology but we always strike the right balance between innovations and proven technology. PetroNor E&P gives special interest to IOR (improved oil recovery) for improved and efficient operations.
Our area of focus is on Sub-Saharan Africa and, more specifically, proven and producing assets in the region with development and IOR potential.
We leverage on our background and experience from Abu Dhabi, as well as from the oil and gas industry in Norway, the country with the highest oil recovery rate in the world, in our operations. Our team has a proven track record from both IOR in the North Sea, as well as from direct, day-to-day, on the ground operations in Africa.