ExxonMobil to Carry Out Well Intervention Work Offshore Norway
ExxonMobil has received consent from Petroleum Safety Authority Norway to use the Island Frontier and Island Wellserver vessels for light well intervention work at the Sigyn field offshore Norway.
Activities are scheduled to start in August and end towards the end of 2016. It is provisionally uncertain as to which facility will be used for the well intervention, since this depends on optimizing the work schedules for the two facilities. The work period may also be extended into 2017 if the availability of the facilities so dictates, according to PSA Norway.
Sigyn is located in production license 072, where ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Norway AS is the operator. The field contains gas, condensate and light oil and production on the field began in 2002.
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