Arctic E&P activity gains new ground

Schempf, F. Jay
May 2011
Offshore;May2011, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p62
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the offshore oil and gas field developments in various Arctic and sub-Arctic areas. It states that Statoil ASA in Norway was planning to drill a new prospect in the north of Snøhvit field as well as to develop drilling in Skrugard license area. It mentions that the assembly of two fifth-generation Moss Maritime CS-50 harsh environment semisubmersible drilling units is part of the Phase I development plan in the Shtokman offshore gas and condensate field in Russia.


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