Oslo Stock Exchange opened red, but the arrows remained past the trading day.
The main index eventually came to 0.35 percent, to 910.02
Shares and share certificates were traded for NOK 3,253 million.
Brent oil rises 0.76 percent to $ 78.70, while WTI oil rises 0.61 percent to $ 69.41.
For comparison, a barrel of North Sea oil was traded Friday for the $ 77.75 bar on the Oslo Stock Exchange.
"Market expectations of scarcity have cooled down after last week's data showed an increase in supply, while investors have lowered their oil demand prospects," said Guotai Junan Futures, Guotai Junan Futures, Wang Xiao, as opposed to Reuters, the news agency.
Baker Hughes weekly count for North America showed more units on Friday.
Equinor rose 0.14 percent to 217.00 crowns.
BWO and Panoro Energy
BW Offshore reports Monday morning that they are now started production at BW Adolo.
The FPSO is installed on the Tortue field, one of the five proven discoveries in the Dussafu license. BW Adolo is a converted VLCC with a production capacity of 40,000 barrels of oil per day.
BW Offshore climbed 3.72 percent to 61.40 crowns, while partner Panoro Energy increased 0.97 percent to 20.90 crowns.
Arctic Securities Monday upgrades its recommendation on the share of Panoro Energy from team to purchase, reports TDN Direct.
At the same time, the price target is increased from 20 to 25 crowns.
The agency points out, according to the news agency, the potential potential of the field Dussafu on the basis of drilling results and seismic coverage, and it is claimed that there is an advantage over where the shares are traded today.
Mercury Lifecare quoted on the market became the big winner of Friday. On Monday, the shares opened another 44.71 percent to 77 øre.
The arrows ran past the trading day and finally ended with 1.94 percent to 52øø.
The company signed a service agreement with the German cantiMED UG before the weekend.
The Bergen-based technology company researches and develops a miniature sensor for continuous glucose monitoring against a worldwide market. The business idea is to offer people with diabetes a better solution.
Idex Biometrics reports in a stock exchange notification that the company has received one production order for biometric fingerprint sensors for payment cards.
The company itself refers to the order as & # 39; the world's first of its kind.
"The order brings the start of the industrialization phase for biometric cards on the market," says CEO Stan Swearingen.
The stock rose to the sky and ended the day with 24.28 percent to 5.63 kronor.
The Dunne Film share followed Thursday's gigantic money with a further rebound on Friday. On Monday, the stock adjusted from 7.38 percent to 1.13 kroner.
Here you can read what the opinion of Martin Mølsæter about the shares manages.
Board member of Atlantic Sapphire, Alexander Reus, has in the period from 12 to 14. September bought 400,000 shares in the company at an average price of 48.8819 crowns.
After the transaction, Reus owns 1,098,840 Atlantic Sapphire shares, representing 1.75 percent of the listed Merkur company.
The shares climbed 4.90 percent to 53.50 kronor.
Top boss swapped
Managing Director of Induct, Alf Martin Johansen, has Monday NPP Capital AS through its 100% own company bought 14,144 shares in the company, reported in a statement.
The shares were bought at an average price of 6.6354 NOK.
The Induct share fell by 15.22 percent to 5.85 kronor.
The agreement is for the design and delivery of a Syncrolift of 14,000 tons in India.
The share jumped by 3.17 percent to 6.50 kroner.