Norse Energy Spuds Gengibre Well Offshore Brazil
Norse Energy Corp, along with partners, Petrobras (Operator) and Queiroz Galvao, has spudded the Gengibre well in the BCAM-40 block in Camamu-Almada basin offshore Brazil.
Total drilling depth is forecasted at around 3,500 meters and is expected by the operator to take around 90 days. The main target of the well is gas in the same Sergi sandstone reservoirs as in the Manati field.
Norse Energy holds a 10 percent ownership in Manati including the Gengibre well and three other drilling prospects in Block BCAM 40.
Operates 35 Offshore Rigs
Manages 12 Offshore Rigs
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