ConocoPhillips to use Maersk Gallant at Eldfisk

OE Staff
Thursday, June 18, 2015

The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has granted ConocoPhillips consent to use the Maersk Gallant mobile drilling facility for plugging and abandoning a production well at Eldfisk 2/7 A.

Eldfisk is an oil field lying due south of Ekofisk in 70-75m of water in the southern North Sea. Production began in 1979.

Mærsk Gallant is a jackup drilling facility, built at Far East Levingston Shipbuilding in Singapore in 1993. The facility is operated by Maersk Contractors Norge. 

Maersk Gallant/Maersk Drilling

 

Categories: Equipment Drilling Subsea Activity Maersk Europe Well Operations Decommissioning Rigs Jackup

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