Scandinavian Oil-Gas Magazine

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Scandinavian Oil-Gas Magazine
Categories oil and gas
Frequency bi-monthly
Circulation 11,000
Publisher Scandinavian Oil-Gas Magazine AS
First issue 1973
Country Norway
Website http://www.scandoil.com
ISSN 0332-5334

Scandinavian Oil-Gas Magazine (ISSN 1500-709X) is a bi-monthly magazine published in Norway, with a circulation of 11,000.[citation needed] The magazine covers the oil and gas industry worldwide, with a primary focus on Europe. Founded in 1973, it is the oldest oil and gas magazine in Europe. The magazine is published by Scandinavian Oil-Gas Magazine AS.

Scandinavian Oil-Gas Magazine was established by Paal Gulbrandsen, who retired in 2004, and is a family-owned company. The magazine was established to provide in-depth information on developments within the North Sea oil and gas industry. Along the way, Scandinavina Oil-Gas Magazine has covered some of modern history’s landmarks in the industry, including oil and gas fields such as Ekofisk, Troll gas field, Statfjord, Gullfaks, Ormen Lange, Snøhvit, Sakhalin-I and II, and Shtokman.

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