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Oslo-based DNV GL has bagged a 3-year contract across the operating assets of Dana Petroleum in the United Kingdom Continental Shelf (UKCS). The scope of the work includes classification and verification services, primarily, authentication on the suitability and maintenance of the safety and environmental critical elements (SECEs). The association between DNV GL and Dana Petroleum is almost 7 years old now.
Zennor Petroleum Limited entered into a Sale and Purchase Agreement (SPA) with Mitsui E&P UK Limited (MEPUK) to acquire stakes in United Kingdom Continental Shelf (UKCS) licenses. Zennor North Sea Limited is representing Zennor in the deal. The acquisition is calculated for Zennor considering its ownership of the nearby Finlaggan field. Zenner’s net production is supposed to double to circa 5,000 boed, post-acquisition.
Oil and gas sector regulator of UK, Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has awarded two contracts to a consortium of Lloyd’s Register and others in UKCS. The contract pertains to stimulation of exploration activity on the continental shelf. The consortium will provide OGA with a compiled database of geochemical data acquired across the UKCS from the last five decades.
Equinor (formerly Statoil) has bagged nine new licenses for the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) in the offshore licensing round. The licenses are given out by the Oil and Gas Authority, UK and are spread all across the UK shelf. The award contains one commitment well on the prospect Lifjellet in the Jæren High area. The Norwegian energy giant is all set to undertake three well exploration campaigns, this autumn.