康菲石油公司宣布挪威近海重大天然气发现

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休斯顿-康菲石油公司(NYSE: COP)今天宣布在Heidrun油田西北22英里处,距离挪威海海岸150英里处的1009生产许可证发现了新的凝析气藏。ConocoPhillips Skandinavia AS是该许可的运营商,拥有65%的开采权益。PGNiG Upstream Norway AS持有35%的开采权益。

该发现井为6507/4-1 (Warka),位于1312英尺深的水下,总深度为16355英尺。初步估计,该发现的可采油当量在5000万桶至1.9亿桶之间。进一步的评价将确定潜在的流量,油藏最终的资源采收率和开发计划。

“自1969年的Ekofisk领域发现,我们在挪威货架上建立了强有力的地位,我们是一家非常活跃的行业运营商和北海和挪威海的合作伙伴,”执行副总裁兼首席执行官Matt Fox说官。“这次发现,今年挪威大陆架子上可能是最大的挪威大陆架,在挪威海和海德伦地区的地位徘徊。Warka发现和潜在的未来机会代表了极低的供应资源增加成本,可以扩展挪威大陆架上的多十年成功。“

瓦尔卡井是由Leiv号该井完成后将继续钻探891生产许可证中的探井6507/5-10 S (Slagugle),该探井位于Heidrun油田东北北方14英里处。ConocoPhillips Skandinavia AS是891生产许可证的运营商,拥有80%的开采权益,Pandion Energy AS拥有20%的开采权益。

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截至2020年9月30日,康菲石油公司总部位于德克萨斯州休斯顿,在15个国家开展业务和活动,总资产达630亿美元,员工约9800人。截至2020年9月30日,除利比亚外的九个月平均产量为1,108万桶石油当量,截至2019年12月31日,已探明储量为5.3万桶石油当量。欲了解更多信息,请访问www.garage-suites.com

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