Stavanger is a city of 320,000 people in Norway. Best known as the ‘Oil Capital of Norway’ the region enjoys access to the E39 and rail links into Oslo Central Station, while flight connections into London, Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, Amsterdam and Stockholm can be made from Stavanger International Airport, which lies just a short drive from the city centre and also caters directly to the North Sea oil industry, as well as an emerging tourist trade which peaks during the summer months.
Halliburton, Shell, BP, Technip, WesternGeco and Subsea 7 are just a handful of the notable energy sector firms based in the region, while Norway’s Equinor employ thousands of energy sector professionals at their global headquarters here. The city is also home to NATO Joint Warfare Centre Stavanger and the University of Stavanger, while several museums, art galleries, cafes, bars and restaurants are clustered in the historic centre of the city, catering to residents and tourists alike.
Our centres in Stavanger offer a wide range of office space solutions that have been designed around the modern organisation. For those seeking an inexpensive option, our co-working spaces will be of particular interest, while meeting rooms are available for those organising a local conference or hosting an important client. Even if you are just passing through the area on work, our centres can be used as business lounges, providing a welcome retreat from the bustling city. Regus can even help you establish a virtual office in Stavanger with mail handling and call forwarding from our central reception desk. We also offer Membership, which can include access to any centre in Scandinavia.