Edison lines up first NCS well

OE Staff
Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Oilfield services firm AGR has been awarded a three-year well management services contract with options with Edison Norge, supporting Edison across its operating licences, including the its first operated exploration well on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS). 

AGR will deliver services relating to well construction, operational support, project management and rig intake services on the Edison-operated production license 616, Haribo exploration well. 

Sjur Talstad, AGR’s Executive Vice President for Norway and Russia, says: “AGR is honoured to support Edison in their planned and future operations on the NCS. We have assisted several new operators on NCS and our key individuals have extensive detailed regional knowledge from the location of the Haribo well. We are looking forward to the collaboration between the Edison and AGR teams.”

Italy-based former power utility Edison holds stakes in 24 licenses on the NCS, seven operated. Edison Norge AS has participated in all the APA licences rounds since 2006 and in the 20th, 21st &22nd Licensing Round. Edison was qualified as Operator in the NCS in 2009. 

 
 
Categories: Drilling Europe Well Operations Exploration

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