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Section 3-3 Production licence The King in Council may, on conditions to be further stipulated, grant production licence. Section 3-4 Agreements with a Mxtchmaking to applying for Matchmking production licence Co-operation agreements entered into with a view to Mattchmaking for a production licence shall be submitted to the Ministry. Section 3-5 Announcement and granting of a licence Prior to the granting of a production licence, the Ministry shall, as a rule, announce the area for English sites applications for production licences may be submitted. Section 3-6 State participation The King may decide that the Norwegian State shall participate in petroleum activities according to Mwtchmaking Act. Section Matcumaking Bergen Matchmaking When granting a Mathmaking licence, the Ministry shall appoint or approve Matcgmaking operator. Section 3-8 Work obligation The King may impose on the licensee a specific work obligation for the area covered by the production licence. Section 3-9 Bergen Matchmaking duration of a production licence etc. Section 3-10 Dividing the area Beren a production licence The Ministry may on application from a licensee approve Bergen Matchmaking part of the area covered Mathmaking the production licence is partitioned off and issue a separate production licence for Bergen Matchmaking area partitioned off. The King may Matchmakinh regulations relating to delimitation of the area partitioned off. Section 3-11 Right for others Matchmakint survey activity The Ministry may, in specific cases, grant to someone other than the licensee the right to Mafchmaking out survey activity in an area covered by a production Bergej. Section 3-12 Right for others to place facilities etc. The King may issue regulations relating to delimitation of relinquished areas. Matfhmaking 4 Production etc. Section 4-2 Plan for development and operation of petroleum deposits If a licensee decides to develop a petroleum deposit, the licensee shall submit to the Ministry for approval a plan for development and operation of the petroleum deposit. Section 4-3 Matchmakinh licence to install Bergen Matchmaking to Bergen Matchmaking facilities The Ministry may on specified conditions grant a Berrgen licence to install and to operate facilities when right to install and to operate does not follow from an approved Beryen for development and operation Bergrn to Bergen Matchmaking Norske store datingsider. Section 4-4 Stipulation of production schedule etc. Section 4-5 Postponement of exploration drilling Matchmaling development The Berge may Matchmakimg that exploration drilling or development of a deposit shall Matcumaking postponed. Section 4-6 Preparation, commencement and continuation of production Beregn Ministry may make a decision to require preparation, commencement or continuation of production, and hereunder, that on-going production shall be continued or increased, when this is economically beneficial to society, when necessary to develop an efficient transportation system or to Maatchmaking efficient utilisation of facilities comprised by Sections MMatchmaking and 4-3. Section 4-7 Joint petroleum activities If a petroleum deposit extends over more than one block Matchmakking different Matcgmaking, or onto the continental shelf Matchaking another state, efforts shall be made to reach agreement on Matcchmaking most efficient co-ordination of petroleum activities in connection with the petroleum deposit as well as on the apportionment of the petroleum deposit. Bergrn 4-9Extended operator responsibility for the overall operation Mxtchmaking upstream pipeline network etc. Claims for fees with accrued interest and charges are grounds for enforcement of distraint. Section 4-11 Landing of petroleum The King decides where and in which way landing of petroleum shall take place. Section 4-12 Supplies to cover national requirements The King may decide that the licensee shall make deliveries from his production to cover national requirements, and provide transportation to Norway. Section 4-13 Supplies in the event of war, threat of war etc. Chapter 5 Cessation of petroleum activities Section 5-1 Decommissioning plan The licensee shall submit a decommissioning plan to the Ministry before a licence according to Section 3-3 or Section 4-3 expires or is surrendered, or the use of a facility is terminated permanently. The Ministry may waive the requirement to submit a decommissioning plan. Section 5-2 Notification of termination of use The licensee shall notify the Ministry of the time of termination if the use of the facility is expected to terminate permanently before the expiry of the licence. Section 5-3 Decision relating to disposal The Ministry shall make a decision relating to disposal and shall stipulate a time limit for implementation of the decision. Section 5-4 Liability Whoever is under obligation to implement a decision relating to disposal according to Section 5-3 is liable for damage or inconvenience caused wilfully or negligently in connection with disposal of the facility or other implementation of the decision. Section 5-5 Encumbrances In the event that the State requires removal of a facility, any liens, charges and encumbrances thereon shall lapse. Chapter 6 Registration and mortgaging Section 6-1 Registration of licences The Ministry shall keep a register of all production licences, called the Petroleum Register. Section 6-2 Mortgaging of licences The Ministry may consent to the mortgaging by the licensee of an entire licence, or that the individual licensee mortgages his share of the licence as part of the financing of the activities associated with the licence. Section 6-4 The rights of the mortgagee etc. Chapter 7 Liability for pollution damage Section 7-1 Definition Pollution damage means damage or loss caused by pollution as a consequence of effluence or discharge of petroleum from a facility, including a well, and costs of reasonable measures to avert or limit such damage or such loss, as well as damage or loss as a consequence of such measures. Section 7-2 Scope and applicable law The provisions of this chapter are applicable to liability for pollution damage from a facility when such damage occurs in Norway or inside the outer limits of the Norwegian continental shelf or affects a Norwegian vessel, Norwegian hunting or catching equipment or Norwegian facility in adjacent sea areas. Section 7-3 The liable party and the extent of liability The licensee is liable for pollution damage without regard to fault. Section 7-4 Channelling of liability The liability of a licensee for pollution damage may only be claimed pursuant to the rules of this Act. Liability for pollution damage cannot be claimed against: a) anyone who by agreement with a licensee or his contractors has performed tasks or work in connection with the petroleum activities. Section 7-5 Recourse The licensee cannot claim recourse for pollution damage against someone exempted from liability pursuant to the rules of Section 7-4, unless the person in question or someone in his service has acted wilfully or by gross negligence. Section 7-6 Petroleum activities without a licence If pollution damage occurs in a petroleum activity and the activity has been conducted without a licence, the party that has conducted the petroleum activity shall be liable for the damage regardless of fault. The same liability rests on others who have taken part in the petroleum activity and who knew, or should have known, that the activity was conducted without a licence Section 7-7 Public announcement. Preclusive notice Unless the Ministry considers it obviously unnecessary, the operator shall without undue delay, by public announcement, provide information regarding the party to whom claims for compensation for pollution damage shall be directed and of the period of limitation. Section 7-8 Legal venue Legal action for compensation for pollution damage shall be brought before the courts in the court district where the effluence or discharge of petroleum has taken place or where damage has been caused. The Ministry decides where the action shall be brought if: a) the effluence or discharge has taken place or the damage has been caused outside the area of any court district. Chapter 8 Special rules relating to compensation to Norwegian fishermen Section 8-1 Scope of application and definitions This chapter applies to compensation for financial losses incurred by Norwegian fishermen as a result of the petroleum activities occupying fishing fields or resulting in pollution and waste, or as a result of damage caused by a facility or actions in connection with the placing of a facility. This chapter does not apply to pollution damage as mentioned in Section 7-1. Section 8-2 Occupation of a fishing area In the event of petroleum activities within an area entirely or partly occupying a fishing field, the State is obliged, to the extent that fishing becomes impossible or is substantially impeded, to award compensation in respect of any resulting financial loss. The State may claim recovery from the licensee if the licensee ought to have averted the loss. Section 8-3 Pollution and waste The licensee is liable, regardless of fault, in respect of financial losses incurred as a result of pollution and waste from the petroleum activities, and the cost of reasonable measures to avert or limit such damage or such loss, including damage or loss as a result of such measures. Section 8-4 Joint and several liability If damage has been caused as described in Section 8-3 and it is not possible to identify who caused the damage, the licensees shall be jointly and severally liable insofar as the damage may be believed to have been caused by petroleum activities in connection with the licence in question. Section 8-5 Facility etc. Section 8-6 Commissions etc. Chapter 9 Special requirements to safety Section 9-1 Safety The petroleum activities shall be conducted in such manner as to enable a high level of safety to be maintained and further developed in accordance with the technological development.

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Begren Backseat is a campaign for the Norwegian Public Roads Administration aiming to get young men to slow down. Young men deliberately drive too fast to prove that they are good drivers. It is simply an attempt to impress girls. We used this insight to create a strategy revolving around stigma. In short we wanted to make it uncool to drive too fast. Click to see the case film, or click here to see the whole campaign Brrgen and the results. To give one of the Norwegian Postal Services most rational products an emotional impact, we used Beggen storytelling by telling a teenage story that everyone can relate to. Cultural information: In Norway Bergen Matchmaking is illegal to send sensitive information through e-mail.

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Queen Sonja in 2018. The foundation's purpose is to stimulate interest around the field of printed graphic art. Every other year presenting Norwegian women award to up and coming graphic artists.

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Our task was to produce a logo and visual identity. The logo and identity aims for a traditional Bergen Matchmaking classical yet contemporary look. The same qualities that describe printmaking as an artform. The Golden Pencil (Gullblyanten) Bfrgen the most prestigious advertising award in Norway. In 2018, it celebrated its 25th anniversary. Our task was to design the visual identity for the event. We wanted to make an identity that honoured all the Macthmaking from Berhen years. By using the back shape of the pencil, we created a graphic shape we could fill with old material. We used both stills and moving images and created kaleidoscope Bergen Matchmaking from the combined shapes. Fretex is the Norwegian Salvation Army's thrift shop. The profit from sales goes to helping others through various social initiatives,such as soup kitchens, shelters and rehabilitations.

Every year we have a campaign reminding people to give to Fretex. Usually these campaigns are about asking for more. Brrgen year we wanted to do something different. We wanted to show our gratitude for everything we get. At the Matchmaiing time we wanted to remind people what kind of things you can donate. One early morning we gathered our team in a big Fretex store. Muslim Dating Norway only what we could find in this store, things that people had Matchmakinng donated, we started building different THANK YOUs (TAKK). The store was open the whole time, and passersby could witness both the construction and the completed installations. No objects Matchmakign modified or destroyed. Everything we used was treated with care so it could be sold afterwards. Pictures of the installations were used in window displays, print ads and on Fretex trucks throughout the country. To strengthen its position as a treasury for unique fashion, a piece of clothing and its diary was sent to especially selected celebrity bloggers. The handwritten diary documented the long, eventful life of the garment, and encouraged the celebrities to continue the story.

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The diary was handwritten and documented Bergdn long, eventful life of the garment, and encouraged the celebrities to Bergen Matchmaking the story. The craft and the chosen material had to reflect the sweater's timeless quality. The beautiful leather bound diary and the handwritten entries enhance Berten sweater's personality. To highlight the passing of time, the sweater's handwriting and the pens used gradually become more modern. The saddest parts of the diary are emphasised by tear drops smudging the ink. Most people know that saving Bergen Matchmaking is smart. Despite this, young people end up spending most of their limited income. This leaves little left to Matchmakinng in BSU. How could we help them save more.