Conocophillips宣布大量天然气发现离岸挪威

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休斯顿- Conocophillips(纽约证券交易所代码:COP)今天宣布在海德伦田西北22英里的生产许可证1009中宣布新的天然气凝聚态发现,距离挪威海岸的海岸有150英里。Conocophillips Skandinavia与许可证的运营商有65%的工作兴趣。PGNIG上游挪威持有35%的工作兴趣。

发现良好,6507 / 4-1(Warka),在1,312英尺的水中钻到总深度为16,355英尺。初步估计将50至1.9亿桶的可回收油量相当的发现。将进行进一步评估,以确定潜在的流量,水库的最终资源回收和发展计划。

执行副总裁兼首席运营官Matt Fox表示:“自1969年发现Ekofisk油田以来,我们在挪威大陆架上建立了强大的地位,我们是北海和挪威海非常活跃的行业运营商和合作伙伴。”“这一发现可能是今年挪威大陆架上最大的发现,巩固了我们在挪威海和Heidrun地区的地位。Warka区块的发现和潜在的未来机遇代表着非常低的供应资源增加成本,可以延长我们在挪威大陆架上几十年的成功。”

Warka很好地钻井莱弗艾里克森钻井钻井平台,在完成井上,将在生产许可证891中进行钻探勘探井6507 / 5-10(Slagugle),该展示许可证891位于海德伦田北14英里。Conocophillips Skandinavia与生产许可证891的运营商为80%,工作兴趣和Pandion Energy持有20%的工作兴趣。

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