Lundin pursues further reserves on North Sea Grieg west flank

Offshore staff

OSLO, NorwayLundin has approval from Norway’s Petroleum Safety Authority to drill an exploratory well on the Edvard Grieg SW structure in the North Sea.

Odfjell Drilling’s semisubmersible Island Innovator is expected to spud the well, in 138 m (453 ft) water depth, on March 1.

The program should take 44 days to complete.


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