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Delineation of the 34/4-11 (Beta) oil discovery in the North Sea

Suncor Energy Norge AS, operator of production licence 375 B, has completed the drilling of appraisal well 33/6-3 on the 34/4-11 (Beta) oil discovery.

The 34/4-11 (Beta) discovery was proven in 2010 and is located about 20 kilometres northwest of the Snorre field in the North Sea. Before well 33/6-3 S was drilled, the resource estimate for the discovery was between 7 and 40 million Sm3 recoverable oil.

This is the first exploration well in production licence 375 B, which was awarded as additional acreage to PL 375 in APA 2010.

 

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