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25 Mar 2021 | 36

Ineos lets contract to advance Norwegian Sea prospect work

Ineos Oil & Gas has let a contract to ASCO Norge AS as base supplier for the company’s first drilling operation on the Norwegian continental shelf.


ASCO Norge will deliver base services for Ineos’ drilling operation of the Fat Canyon prospect out of Kristiansund, Norway.


Ineos Oil & Gas has let a contract to ASCO Norge AS as base supplier for the company’s first drilling operation on the Norwegian continental shelf.


ASCO Norge will deliver base services for Ineos’ drilling operation of the Fat Canyon prospect in a Norwegian Sea Jurassic reservoir out of Kristiansund, Norway, where work is expected to begin in July. Fat Canyon is updip of the Neptune Energy-operated Fenja oil and gas field.


The scope for the project includes complete logistics and supply base services, including loading/unloading of vessels, transport and customs clearance, storage, waste management, CCU services and management of equipment.


 


In January, Ineos let a contract to Dolphin Drilling for use of the Borgland Dolphin semisubmersible to drill the first well. The estimated duration is 40 days.