Two Norse Energy Operators Injured in Onshore Well Fire
Norse Energy early this morning US time experienced a well fire while removing drill pipe in connection with drilling of an onshore gas well
in New York State. Two well operators needed treatment for burns to the arms and face but have been released from the hospital.
The fire is being brought under control and minimal environmental impact is anticipated. Property damage appears to be limited to the drilling
rig and associated equipment. The cause of the fire remains to be determined.
- Norse Set to Sell New York Assets (Jun 20)
- New York Landowners Sue Norse Energy USA Over Leases (May 20)
- Norse Energy Sees Increase in Reserves, Resources (Feb 21)