Hydrocarbon Shows in Langlitinden Well in Barents Sea

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Partners in the Langlitinden well in the Barents Sea say that core samples have identified hydrocarbon shows.

Det norske oljeselskap reported Monday that core samples have identified hydrocarbon shows in exploration well 7222/11-2 on the Langlitinden prospect on Norwegian license PL659 in the Barents Sea.

Det norske and its partners added that drilling operations are still ongoing, so final results are not yet available.

Det norske is the operator of the PL659 license, with a 20-percent interest. Other partners in the license include Petoro (30 percent), Lundin Norway (20 percent), Tullow Oil (15 percent), Atlantic Petroleum (10 percent) and Rocksource Exploration Norway (5 percent).

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