Maersk Oil: Sverdrup drillings indicate exceptional quality

The oil companies in the Johan Sverdrup field have performed the best test drilling so far. This provides a solid basis for further developments, says Maersk Oil.

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The Norwegian branch of Swedish oil company Lundin Petroleum reports today that the company has performed a test drilling in the promising Johan Sverdrup field in Norway - a field where Maersk Oil is also a partner.

The drilling was performed in well 16/3-8 S, located in the eastern part of the Sverdrup field, in the so-called Avaldsnes High area.

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