Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) announced it has experienced delays in the North Sea Skipper well, extending the duration of the well by thirteen days.
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UK North Sea-focused Independent Oil and Gas announced today it expects to start drilling the Skipper appraisal well on July 22, located in the UK North Sea
Independent Oil & Gas expects to start drilling the North Sea appraisal well Skipper in the second half of July with the Transocean’s Sedco 704 drilling rig
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) acquired the remaining 50% in the Southern North Sea licence that contains the Blythe gas discovery.
Transocean has secured offshore drilling work, in the UK sector of the North Sea, for one of its semi-submersibles, the Transocean John Shaw.