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Statoil has awarded an order worth Nkr200m ($26m) to Kongsberg Maritime to deliver its technology for the company's four platforms on the Johan Sverdrup field centre in the North Sea.Under the deal, Kongsberg will deliver the safety and automation system (SAS), lifecycle simulator and SAS information management system for the…
Edison Norge has obtained a drilling permit from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate to drill wellbore 2/11-11.The drilling programme for Wellbore 2/11-11, which will be drilled from the Transocean Searcher drilling facility, applies to drilling of a wildcat well in production licence 616.Said to be the first one to be drilled…
Norwegian Governmental supervisory authority, the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA), has approved Norske Shell's proposal to use the Transocean Barents facility to drill a well on the Draugen field.Shell is set to drill a new production well, designated 6407/9-G-5 H, using the semi-submersible Transoceoan Barents mobile drilling facility of the…
Statoil has completed its investigation into the leak that occurred on the Gudrun platform in the North Sea in February, stating that it could have been 'fatal'. Statoil's corporate investigation team, which has been investigating the leak incident, concluded that if anybody had been exposed to the leak it would…
BASF subsidiary Wintershall is set to end its gas exploration operations in Qatar due to a lack of access to local infrastructure. The German company said it would return its licence to explore block 4 North near the North Field off the Qatari coast as local infrastructure is not accessible.…
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