The company has said it has better opportunities of allocation of its capital within its global portfolio.
TotalEnergies, which held a 60% operated interest in North Platte, has notified Equinor (40%) and the relevant authorities of its immediate withdrawal from the project, and of its resignation as operator, which will be effective following a short transition period.
Map courtesy of Equinor
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