Statoil Receives Consent to Drill North Sea Well
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has granted Statoil consent to drill exploration well 30/89 S, located on the Oseberg field in the North Sea.
Statoil, which is the operator of production license 104, has allocated 54 days for the activity, which will start in mid-October. Water depth at the site is around 324 feet.
Drilling operations will be carried out by the Songa Delta (mid-water semisub), which was issued with an Acknowledgement of Compliance (AoC) by the PSA in November 2012.
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