Oil and gasoline firm Neptune Energy has drilled a dry properly close to the Heidrun discipline within the Norwegian Sea.
The properly is situated in manufacturing licence 889 the place Neptune Energy is the operator.
According to the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate’s report on Friday, Neptune is within the strategy of concluding the drilling of wildcat properly 6507/Eight-10 S.
The properly was drilled about 10 kilometres east of the Heidrun discipline within the Norwegian Sea and 215 kilometres west of Brønnøysund.
The goal of the properly was to show petroleum in Lower Jurassic reservoir rocks (the Tilje and Åre Formations).
The properly encountered the Tilje Formation with a thickness of about 150 metres, with sandstones totalling about 100 metres with good to superb reservoir high quality.
The Åre Formation was encountered with a thickness of about 195 metres, with sandstone layers totalling round 100 metres with good to superb reservoir high quality. No traces of petroleum have been confirmed. The properly is dry.
Data acquisition has been carried out. This is the primary exploration properly in manufacturing licence 889, which was awarded in APA 2016.
The properly 6507/Eight-10 S was drilled to a measured depth of 2399 metres and a vertical depth of 2311 metres beneath the ocean floor and was terminated within the Åre Formation within the Lower Jurassic.
The water depth on the website is 324 metres. The properly will now be completely plugged and deserted.
The properly 6507/Eight-10 S was drilled by the West Phoenix drilling rig, which is able to now drill manufacturing wells on the Fenja discipline in manufacturing licence 586 within the Norwegian Sea.
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