PSA Grants Statoil Consent to Drill 2 North Sea Wells
Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has granted Statoil consent to drill two exploration wells in the North Sea.
The wells, 30/11-12 S and 30/11-12 A, are located in production licenses 272 and 035, respectively, which Statoil is the operator of. Drilling operations are expected to last for approximately 45 days, depending on whether or not a find is made.
The Songa Delta (mid-water semisub), which is operated by Songa Offshore, will be used to drill the wells.
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