PSA grants consents for Ekofisk, Oseberg D

The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has granted ConocoPhillips Skandinavia consent to use the Mærsk Gallant for permanent plugging and retraction of six water injection wells on Ekofisk 2/4-W.

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OSLO -- The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has granted ConocoPhillips Skandinavia consent to use the Mærsk Gallant for permanent plugging and retraction of six water injection wells on Ekofisk 2/4-W. Work will begin in July, and is estimated to last for 450 days.

The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway has also granted StatoilHydro consent for the use of the Tune Sør seabed well with associated pipeline and control cable. The company has received consent for carrying out modifications for Tune Sør at the Oseberg D facility.

07/13/2009

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