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Dry wells northwest of the 16/2-6 Johan Sverdrup oil discovery

Lundin Norway AS has completed drilling of wildcat wells 16/2-20 S and 16/2-20 A. The wells are dry.

The wells were drilled about 3.2 kilometres northwest of appraisal well 16/2-9 S on the 16/2-6 Johan Sverdrup oil discovery in the central part of the North Sea.

Extensive data acquisition and sampling have been carried out in the wells. Both wells are classified as dry.

Wells 16/2-20 S and 16/2-20 A are the second and third wildcat wells drilled in production licence 501. The licence was awarded on 23 January 2009 (APA 2008).

 

 

 

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