NCS No. 1-2017
Just over two years have passed since work began on the Johan Sverdrup field. Constructing the platforms for the largest Norwegian offshore development in many years has come halfway.
This work is being pursed at 20 different sites worldwide, and we have visited a couple of them.
Read also about Tomas Mørch, the NPD staffer who has been monitoring the Snorre field for 25 years to ensure that large quantities of additional oil are recovered. A new plan for development and operation is due this autumn.
And read our interview with petroleum and energy minister Terje Søviknes. He wants to get people of the echo chamber.
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Go-ahead for Hanz
The authorities have consented to start-up of production on the Hanz accumulation on the Ivar Aasen field in the North Sea.
Drilling permit for well 7220/2-2
The Norwegian Offshore Directorate has granted Equinor Energy AS drilling permit for well 7220/2-2 in production licence 1080, cf. Section 13 of the Resource Management Regulations.
Production figures January 2024
Preliminary production figures for January 2024 show an average daily production of 2 071 000 barrels of oil, NGL and condensate.
Dry well in the North Sea
Exploration well 35/11-28 S "Harden sør" in the North Sea proved to be dry. Equinor Energy AS is the operator of production licence 248 C.
Dry wells in the North Sea
Vår Energi drilled wells 25/7-12 S and A 200 kilometres northwest of Stavanger, both of which were dry.
Drilling permit for well 36/7-5 S
The Norwegian Offshore Directorate has granted Neptune Energy Norge AS drilling permit for well 36/7-5 S in production licence 636, cf. Section 13 of the Resource Management Regulations.