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Latest Norwegian licensing round

A total of 30 companies have received offers of ownership interests in a total of 61 production licences on the Norwegian Shelf in Norway’s latest offshore licensing round.

Of the 61 production licences, 34 are located in the North Sea, 24 are in the Norwegian Sea and three are in the Barents Sea. A total of 12 of the licences are additional acreage to existing production licences.

Both small companies and major international players are being offered exploration acreage, including Aker BP, Shell, Chrysaor, ConocoPhillips, Equinor, Ineos, Inpex, Kufpec, Lundin, Mol, Neptune, PGNiG, Total, Vår Energi and Wintershall DEA.

News Item details

Journal title: Petroleum Review

Countries: Norway -

Subjects: Exploration and production - Oil and gas -

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