Lundin to drill two more targets offshore Norway

Offshore staff

OSLO, Norway Lundin Norway has clearance from Petroleum Safety Authority Norway to drill two exploration wells, both of which should spud next month.

The semisubmersible Borgland Dolphin will drill well 16/1-25S on production license 338C in block 16/1 in the central Norwegian North Sea, targeting the Rolvsnes prospect. Drilling could last 45 days, depending on the result.

Another semisub, the Island Innovator, will drill well 6407/10-4 on PL 700B in the Norwegian Sea. In this case the program could last up to 69 days.



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