Nyhamna landanlegg. Image: Shell

What is NSI?


NSI focuses on combining investor interest for lower risk infrastructure investments with strong oil and gas competence. The company comprises a management team with broad commercial, operational and regulatory experience from NCS and international oil and gas business.

Strategy


NSI is an active asset holder of NCS midstream infrastructure assets. As such the objective of NSI is to build an Norwegian oil and gas infrastructure company with a long term horizon and a diversified portfolio of lower risk, long term and steady cash flow generating assets.

Asset Focus


NSI is focusing on long life assets and to hold such assets for the duration of their respective license periods. The value creation of such assets we believe is primarily down to two main elements; safe operations with high regularity and relative cost competitiveness. In joint ventures were NSI becomes a participant the company therefore will focus on aforementioned elements.

Shell-ansatte på Nyhamna gassanlegg. Image: Shell

Management Team


PEDER SORTLAND – NORTH SEA INFRASTRUCTURE

Peder Sortland

CEO

JAN MIKAL HEIBERG – NORTH SEA INFRASTRUCTURE

Jan Mikal Heiberg

COO

KLAUS RISAGER - NORTH SEA INFRASTRUCTURE

Klaus Risager

CFO

SVEIN ARILD KILLINGLAND – NORTH SEA INFRASTRUCTURE

Svein Arild Killingland

CCO


Board of Directors


THOR OTTO LOHNE – NORTH SEA INFRASTRUCTURE

Thor Otto Lohne

Chairman

JOHAN BERNT NORDANG – NORTH SEA INFRASTRUCTURE

Johan Bernt Nordang

Board member

JONAS KOFOED LARSEN – NORTH SEA INFRASTRUCTURE

Jonas Kofoed Larsen

Board member


Investors


NSI is owned by the Danish pension funds under the administration of PKA (Pensionskassernes Administrasjon A/S) and PenSam, who will provide the financing of the company and its assets.

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Portfolio


Nyhamna

Nyhamna landanlegg. Image: Shell.

13,7% stake in Nyhamna JV, purchased in two separate transactions in 2018/19. Nyhamna JV comprises the Nyhamna Gas Processing plant, processing natural gas from the Ormen Lange field and the PolarLed pipeline.

Vestprosess

Vestprosess landanlegg. Image: Equinor

23% stake in Vestprosess DA acquired in three separate transactions in 2020. The Vestprosess DA company owns and operates a transport system and separation facility for wet gas (NGL). Through a 56-kilometre long pipeline, unstabilised NGL is shipped from the gas terminal at Kollsnes via the oil terminal at Sture and on to Mongstad. At Mongstad, naphtha and LPG are separated first. The naphtha is used as a raw material in the refinery, while the LPG is fractionated in a separate process facility. The fractionation products, propane and butane, are stored in caverns for subsequent export.