Statoil suspends two rigs

The Norwegian oil giant Statoil has too many drilling rigs in its portfolio and has decided to put two of them on hold.

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Norway’s Statoil has once again decided to discontinue operations of some of its drilling rigs. This time around, it pertains to the rigs Songa Trym and Transocean Spitsbergen. The decision has been made partly because the drilling work in the Saturn well in the Barents Sea has been completed, and partly because the group is done sealing off a well in the Oseberg field in the North Sea.

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