Equinor breaks record after consecutive oil finds

After four discoveries in an otherwise mature area, oil company Equinor's senior vice president of exploration in Norway, Nick Ashton, considers a "revitalization" of the area.

Photo: Ole Jørgen Bratland - Equinor/Digital

Norwegian oil giant Equinor follows up on this year's first discovery in the Norwegian sector with a new discovery in the same area, this time as part of the Blasto prospect.

With partners Vår Energi, Idemitsu Petroleum and Neptune Energy, Equinor's find so far seems to encompass between 12 and 19 million standard cubic meters of oil – one of their largest discoveries.

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