Maersk starts work on the Johan Sverdrup field

The partners in the Johan Sverdrup field in Norway started work on Friday with the first appraisal well.

Photo: Mærsk/Statoil

On Friday work started on an appraisal drilling in the Norwegian Johan Sverdrup field, which Maersk Oil has an ownership stake in, according to news agency Direkt.

In addition to Maersk Oil the partners in the field include Lundin Petroleum, Statoil, Petoro, and Det norske oljeselskap.

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