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RECENT OFFSHORE RIG ACTIVITY NOTES SAMPLE
Statoil has completed drilling of the Gemini North exploration well (7435/4-1) in the Baretns Sea, using Cat D MDW semi Songa Enabler (1,640'). The purpose of the well was to prove up additional reserves of oil in the vicinity of the Wisting discovery, however only non-commercial amounts of gas were found. The rig will now move to drill the Korpfjell prospect in license PL859 in the southeastern Barents Sea, and is committed to the operator until 2023 at least.
Cairn Energy has completed drilling operations at its last exploration well offshore Senegal, SNE North-1, and will now release UDW drillship Stena DrillMAX (10,000'). The operator has chosen to decline the remaining six one-well options available to it under the contract for the rig. The SNE North-1 well encountered oil and gas in the primary objective and oil in the secondary objective in a separate accumulation in the SNE field. The well is now being plugged and abandoned after reaching a total depth 9,308', completing Cairn's five-well campaign offshore Senegal. The operator is reviewing plans for further exploration drilling next year within the Rufisque, Sangomar and Sangomar Deep production Sharing Contract area.
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Statoil permission to drill the Koigen Central wildcat well in the Barents Sea, using Cat D MDW semi Songa Enabler (1,640'). The 7317/9-1 well will be spudded around 22 August in PL718, following completion of the upcoming Korpfjell well in PL859.