Det norske Gets OK to Drill in North Sea
Det norske received consent to conduct exploratory drilling on well 24/12-6 S using the Songa Delta semisub. The operator plans to commence drilling on the Stirby prospect in the Norwegian North Sea in June 2010. Situated in Production License 341 in a water depth of 377 feet (115 meters), the well should take about 110 days to drill, excluding testing. Det norske operates the license, holding a 30% interest; Talisman Energy holds 8%; Wintershall holds 20%; Marathon Energy holds 12%; Bayerngas holds 10%; and Spring Energy holds 10%.SubseaIQ provides focused, in-depth coverage of offshore field development activities around the world, with daily updates on hundreds of offshore fields and facilities. Click here to sign up for the free weekly email newsletter.
- Det Norske Completes Merger with BP Norge, Creates Aker BP (Sep 30)
- Lundin Granted Drilling Permit Offshore Norway (Sep 20)
- Det Norske Increases Production Guidance for 2016 (Sep 14)