Norway: DNO group spuds on Kalvklumpen prospect

By OGJ editors

Det Norske Oljeselskap has spudded an exploratory well on the Kalvklumpen prospect in the PL 414 license on Block 25/6 in the North Sea off Norway.

The well targets Paleocene Hermod formation and Jurassic Brent Group sandstones at a location east of abandoned Froy field and Total SA’s recent Atla discovery.

DNO is operator with 40% participating interest. Bayerngas Norge AS, Faroe Petroleum PLC, and Norwegian Energy Co. ASA hold 20% each.

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