Petoro - a driving force on the Norwegian continental shelf

SDFI and Petoro annual report 2015
Johan Sverdrup Field Centre - Photo: Statoil

ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE SDFI AND PETORO 2015

The Norwegian state has large holdings in oil and gas licences on Norway’s continental shelf (NCS) through the State’s Direct Financial Interest (SDFI). These are managed by Petoro AS. The company’s most important job is to help ensure the highest possible value creation from the SDFI – value which benefits the whole of Norway.
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Chief executive

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The consequences of the industry’s cost-cutting measures became clear in 2015. Our sector must adjust to a radically different reality. We are at the start of a new era. 

Directors’ report

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The directors’ report describes financial and operational results for the SDFI and Petoro AS. Furthermore developments in the environment and outlook are discussed.

Key figures

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Net income for the portfolio in 2015 came to NOK 89 billion, compared with NOK 120 billion the year before. Total operating revenue was NOK 158 billion, compared with NOK 180 billion in 2014.

Goals achieved and results

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The letter of assignment describes the framework and priorities, targets and reporting requirements for the company in 2015. In this chapter Petoro describes the company's performance in relation to this.

Corporate governance

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Managing huge assets on behalf of the Norwegian state makes big demands on corporate governance  in Petoro that  meet expectiations from stakeholders and the society. 

Social responsibility

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Petoro undertakes to pursue its business activities in an ethically acceptable, sustainable and responsible manner.

Accounts SDFI

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Managing the portfolio is subject to the accounting regulations for the government. Accounts for the portfolio are presented both on the cash basis used by the government and in accordance with the Norwegian Accounting Act.

Accounts Petoro AS

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The company maintains separate accounts for all transactions relating to the participatory interests, so that revenue and expenses for the portfolio are kept apart from operation of the company. Petoro’s operating revenue takes the form of a contribution from the government. Group accounts also include the accounts for Petoro Iceland AS.