Quick review on the design for the new exploration well.
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A five minute review
Here is a 5 minute well review of the Dugong well Neptune Energy are drilling these days in the Snorre/Stafjord area, in the northern North Sea, also called the Tampen area.
Well planning is a merry-go-round of looking for poorly structured data, then practicing your black belt in spreadsheet-slash-powerpointing to share and store more poorly structured data.
Minimizing the risk of drilling a dry hole is a critical challenge in the oil and gas industry. Dry holes are costly in terms of financial investment. One way to reduce the risk of drilling a dry hole is to implement data-driven decision-making processes.
Aker BP made a significant gas discovery in an exploration well in the Norwegian Sea
OMV Norge announced the discovery of hydrocarbons in an HPHT exploration well drilled in Oswig prospect located in North Sea. With successful preliminary results, further sidetrack is now planned followed by DST in upper Tarbert formation.
Neptune Energy made a discovery in the Norwegian sea. Here is how complex exploration wells can be planned using Pro Well Plan.
Recently Neptune Energy drilled the 6407/8-8 S Calypso well in the Norwegian sea. The well has been drilled using the Deepsea Yantai, a semi-submersible rig up to the depth of 3496 meters in the Garn formation, a sandstone reservoir in the middle and lower Jurassic formation.
6407/8-8 S Calypso is located at ED-50 coordinates of 64° 24'36.9952" N and 7° 31'21.1425" E. The Calypso prospect is located 14 km northwest of the Draugen field and 22 km northeast of the Njord A platform, within the Neptune-operated PL938 License.