Eni's Norwegian Wildcat a Duster
Eni Norge has, as operator of production license 329, concluded drilling of wildcat well 6607/2-1 in the Norwegian Sea in waters of 860 meters TVD.
The well was dry.
The objective of the well was to explore the potential in a Paleocene prospect located about 30 km south-east of the discovery 6707/10-1 Luva and about 80 kilometers NNW of the Norne field.
Wildcat well 6607/2-1 was drilled to a total depth of 3503 meters TVD below the sea surface. The well was concluded in the Springar formation in rocks of Upper Cretaceou age.
Well 6607/2-1 was drilled using Transocean Leader semisub. The facility will now move to PL 324 in the Norwegian Sea for drilling of well 6504/5-1 S.
Licensees in production license 329:
Eni Norge AS (operator): 40%
Gaz de France Norge AS: 20%
DONG E&P Norge AS: 20%
Petoro AS: 20%
Operates 11 Offshore Rigs
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