Like last year, Stavanger Airport, Sola welcomes all its passengers to the Mediterranean (‘Syden’) - before the journey goes on to, for instance, the Mediterranean. This year's tropical lounge is now in place and ready for summer!
Wintershall is one of the fastest growing operator companies in Norway. The company has proven they can make things happen, with an ever-growing number of new business partners too. With a high profile campaign, the company communicated this message to the 90,000 visitors at ONS 2014, not to mention the rest of Stavanger.
Total is well under way with recruitment for the Martin Linge field and the company now has more vacancies which they are looking to fill with capable people.
Over a few grey and depressing days in February, it was the spring and romance that captivated the Stavanger region. Now that Air France is starting up daily direct departures to Paris, well, it's almost as if Paris is here.
Can’t you see what I’m saying? A simple poster which became an awareness campaign aimed at ‘after-party rape’. The City of Stavanger is actively working to combat after-party rape in environments and situations where such dreadful incidents generally occur.
Making the right choices is important. And Maersk Oil knows everything about it. Our choices tell the story about who we are. It is what we do, not what we say, that counts. Our capabilities and knowledge is only helping us in making the right choices. Of course, this does not apply to human beings alone – it is also the case with major oil companies.
Every three years, all the municipalities in the country conduct a youth survey to assess young people's views on their quality of life and childhood situation. Earlier this year, the City of Stavanger decided to give the survey its own identity in order to attract more attention and participation. The result? ‘Hør på meg’ (Listen to me). Signed Fasett.
Through the 'Snart piggfri' campaign, the City of Stavanger is aiming to encourage even more drivers in Nord-Jæren to choose studless winter tyres. The aim is to raise the proportion using studless tyres from 75 to 90 percent within three years.