Dinosaur discovered in Snorre

The first discovery of dinosaur remains in Norway has now been scientifically proved.The fossilized bones were discovered by Morten Bergan, a geologist with German oil and gas producer RWE Dea AG. Bergan discovered the remains in a well in Snorre field, Norway’s second largest oil field.Not only were these the first such remnants found in Norway, but also they were found at a world record-breaking depth for the discovery of dinosaur remains, at 2,256 m below the seabed.Snorre, in which RWE Dea Norge AS has an 8.88% stake, is 210 km northwest of Bergen under the Norwegian North Sea, which has a depth of 290-380 m. The dinosaur bone was discovered in the main reservoir formation.The m...

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