Norwegian offshore security physique, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), has given its consent to Neptune Energy for exploration drilling within the North Sea utilizing the Deepsea Yantai semi-submersible drilling rig.
The PSA mentioned on Wednesday that the consent
was for 2 exploration wells, designated 34/Four-15 S and 34/Four-15 A, in block
According to the offshore regulator, the prospect named Dugong is situated in manufacturing license 882 in a water depth of 331 meters.
Neptune is the operator of the license with a 40 per cent curiosity. Its companions are Idemitsu, Concedo, and Petrolia NOCO with a 20 per cent stake every.
The Deepsea Yantai semi-sub is
anticipated to work on the 2 Dugong wells between 44 and 90 days.
The rig is owned by Odfjell Drilling and
constructed on the CIMC Raffles yard in China. It was accomplished in 2016.
To remind, the Deepsea Yantai, previously named Beacon Atlantic, was employed by Neptune Energy for as much as 16 wells offshore Norway again in March 2019.
Odfjell Drilling then employed greater than 200 personnel in Norway for work on the Deepsea Nordkapp and Deepsea Yantai semi-submersibles, which joined the corporate’s fleet.
The most up-to-date consent for using the Deepsea Yantai was given to Neptune Energy in early December 2019.
was for 35/9-15 and 35/9-15A wells which belong to manufacturing license 153 in
blocks 35/9 and 36/7.
Work on the properly was scheduled to start in December 2019 and was estimated to final for not less than 56 days.
In associated firm information, Neptune Energy final month kicked off its Fenja drilling marketing campaign following the spud of the primary properly and drilled a dry properly close to the Heidrun area within the Norwegian Sea.
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