Statoil’s giant offshore Johan Sverdrup field has reached its first major offshore construction milestone, with the installation of its pre-drilling subsea template.
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Norwegian state major Statoil has announced the discovery of new reserves of both gas and condensate close to the giant Norwegian Ekofisk field.
Odfjell Drilling has won drilling contracts from Statoil for all drilling operations and drilling related activities in the Johan Sverdrup field.
Norwegian State Statoil and its partners of PL602, have made their third commercially viable discovery of gas in three months offshore Norway.
Norwegian major Statoil has awarded a contract for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of its Johan Sverdrup Topside modules.
Five oil and gas companies, led by Statoil, are planning to collaborate on projects within the Barents Sea in a bid to meet the exploration challenges.
Norwegian state Oil and Gas company, Statoil, has announced that it has discovered oil at its Miocene Yeti prospect in the US Gulf of Mexico.
Statoil has won the licence to drill exploration well 6706/12-2, in 218 block, with consent being granted by Norway’s regulatory authority the PSA.
Statoil has exited three licence areas offshore Greenland. The three oil and gas exploration licences were returned late last year, due to the cost profile
Statoil to extend the operational life of its Norne field to 2030. The oil and gas field was due to close last year, after production of c. 700 million b/oe.
Statoil has brought its Valemon field on-stream in the Norwegian North Sea and confident of recovering over 190 million bo/e over the installations lifetime
Statoil will be working with a group of partners to develop the North Sea Gullfaks Rimfaks Rutil discovery, with a projected investment of $610m
Chevron’s New Zealand business has taken the licences for new blocks in a frontier oil basin where the sea ranges between 2,600 and 9,800 feet in depth
Market analysts believe Statoil could be facing financial concerns following failed exploration packages, requiring significant company investment.
Norwegian giant Statoil AS has said that its Johan Sverdrup oil field looks set to generate revenues of up to nearly $200 billion over the next fifty years.