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US Onshore Maps Database

Database of company acreage and transacted acreage maps reported by operators in US onshore basins. Downloadable GIS shape files. more...

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Insights & News

  • Statoil Receives Nod for Three Wells in PL035, North SeaData analysis
    Exploration

    The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) has granted Statoil a drilling permit for wells 30/11-14, 30/11-14 A and 30/11-14 B in PL035, North Sea.

    The drilling program relates to the drilling of two wildcat wells (30/11-14 and 30/11-14 B) and one appraisal well (30/11-14 A), which will be drilled if a discovery is made, from the Songa Delta drilling facility.

    Ownership of PL035: Statoil (50%, operator) and Det Norske Oljeselskap ASA (50%).

    View NPD press release

  • Statoil Finds Oil at 30/11-12 S in PL035, North SeaData analysis
    Exploration

    Statoil has made a minor oil discovery at 30/11-12 S in PL035, North Sea. The well is drilled 2 km south of the 30/11-9 A (Askja Ost) discovery, and about 35 km south-west of the Oseberg Sor facility in the North Sea. Water depth is 110m.  

    The objective of well was to prove petroleum in three sandstone layers in Middle Jurassic reservoir rocks (the Tarbert formation).

    The well was drilled by the Songa Delta drilling facility to vertical and total depths of 3,669m and 3,609m respectively below the sea surface, and was terminated in the Ness formation. The well encountered a 37m oil column in the upper part of the Tarbert formation, of which about 30m had good to moderate reservoir properties. Preliminary estimates place the size of the discovery at between 0.7 and 2.5 MMcm of recoverable oil equivalents.

    The well has been permanently plugged and abandoned.

    View NPD press release

    Ownership of PL035: Statoil (50%, operator) and Det Norske Oljeselskap ASA (50%).

  • Mubadala Disappointed at Sri Trang-1 Well, Gulf of ThailandData analysis
    Exploration

    Mubadala Petroleum has failed to make a commercial discovery at Sri Trang-1 exploration well in the Reservation Area of the G1/48 concession, located approximately 18 km north north-east of the Manora oil development in the Northern Gulf of Thailand.

    The well was drilled by the Atwood Orca jackup drilling unit, at a water depth of 40m, to an extended final total depth of 2,814m measured depth. The test results confirmed the presence of oil in poor quality reservoir sand. The samples collected from three other zones confirmed the presence of water. Although the oil is not in commercial quantities, the Sri Trang-1 discovery has validated the hydrocarbon prospectivity of the Northern Kra Basin.

    Ownership of G1/48 Reservation Area concession: Mubadala Petroleum (60%, operator), Tap Oil (30%) and Northern Gulf Petroleum (10%).

    View Tap Oil press release

  • Data analysis Faroe Commences Drilling at Brasse Prospect, North Sea

    Faroe Petroleum has spudded the 31/7-1 exploration well at the Brasse prospect in PL740, Norwegian North Sea. The Brasse prospect is located immediately south of the producing Brage oil field.The well, drilled using the semi-submersible Transocean Arctic drilling rig, will target the Jurassic aged sandstones...

    Faroe Commences Drilling at Brasse Prospect, North SeaData analysis
    Exploration

    Faroe Petroleum has spudded the 31/7-1 exploration well at the Brasse prospect in PL740, Norwegian North Sea. The Brasse prospect is located immediately south of the producing Brage oil field.

    The well, drilled using the semi-submersible Transocean Arctic drilling rig, will target the Jurassic aged sandstones in a four-way dip-closed structure with a total vertical depth of approximately 2,750m in the Early Jurassic Statfjord Formation. The water depth at the site is 118m.

    Ownership of PL740: Faroe (50%, operator) and Core Energy AS (50%).

    View NPD press release

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