8 of the production licences are in the North Sea, 8 in the Norwegian Sea and 7 in the Barents Sea.
“The award enables us to mature new prospects and prove profitable resources that can be developed within the scope of our new climate roadmap for the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS),” said Nick Ashton, Equinor’s senior vice president for exploration in Norway and the UK.
“Our infrastructure-led exploration on the NCS has been successful for many years. This provides a good basis for high profitability and a low carbon footprint. In addition, we are actively pursuing new ideas in selected areas that meet the same criteria. This applies to the North Sea, as well as the Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea, where we see potentials in the Castberg, Wisting, Goliat and Snøhvit areas. We are pleased with the opportunities that today’s award by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy provides” added Ashton.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/exploration/15012020/equinor-awarded-23-production-licences-in-norwegian-continental-shelf/
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