Tagged Triassic

Eni bites dust in Goliat Eye wildcat well

By _Offshore_Energy_Today_ Eni Norge has hit dust in the Goliat Eye wildcat well (7122/10-1 S) in the Barents Sea, offshore Norway. The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate said on Wednesday that the primary exploration target for the well was proving petroleum in Middle Triassic reservoir rocks (Kobbe formation). To remind, the Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) gave Eni…

Finder farms out 90 pct interest in Carnarvon permit to Woodside

By LNG World News Perth-based private exploration company Finder Exploration has entered into an agreement to farm-out 90 percent of its participating interest in exploration permit WA-520-P to Australian LNG operator Woodside. The permit is located in the Northern Carnarvon Basin offshore Australia’s North West Shelf, directly south of the Gorgon and Clio major gas…

Eni spuds Barents Sea exploration well

By Offshore Energy Today Italian oil company Eni has started drilling the Boné exploration well in the Barents Sea offshore Norway. According to Faroe Petroleum, a partner in the project the primary targets for the well are the Jurassic Stø- and Nordmela sandstones with a secondary target within the Triassic Fruholmen and Snadd sandstone formations….

Lundin hits oil in Neiden prospect in Barents Sea

By Offshore Energy Today.. Lundin Petroleum’s Norwegian subsidiary Lundin Norway has completed the Neiden exploration well 7220/6-2R off Norway as an oil and gas discovery. The well is located in PL609 approximately 60 km northeast of the Alta discovery on the Loppa High in the southern Barents Sea. The main objectives of the well were…

Seven Generations to expand Montney acreage

The planned acquisition of “bolt-on” acreage in the Lower Triassic Montney resource play of British Columbia from Paramount Resources Ltd. will enable Seven Generations Energy Ltd. to increase well lengths in an expanded drilling program, the buyer said. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Oil & Gas Journal – General Interest