Maersk eyes further wells on Tyra West

Offshore staff

COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- The Danish Energy Agency is reviewing Maersk Oil’s request for further development of the Tyra field in the Danish North Sea.

Maersk aims to drill up to two new oil production wells from existing slots on the Tyra West platform. Results from the first well, set to spud late this year or early next, would determine the potential for one additional well.
Costs of the first well are estimated at $64 million.

04/27/2011



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