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Last $17.56 USD
Change Today +0.31 / 1.80%
Volume 1.6M
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Forusbeen 50

Stavanger, 4035

Norway

Phone: 47 51 99 00 00

Fax: 47 51 99 00 50

hare in an exploration permit in the Exmouth Plateau in North Carnarvon basin. The permit covers an area of 13700 square kilometers and water depth is around 1500 meters. New Zealand: The company is operator with 100% equity share in petroleum exploration permits 55781 and 57057 in the Reinga Basin offshore Northland’s west coast. The company has 50% working interest in blocks 57083, 57085 and 57087. Fields Under Development Internationally The main sanctioned development projects in which DPI is involved are in Angola, Azerbaijan, Brazil, Canada, Ireland, the U.K. and the USA. North America The company has various significant ongoing development projects in North America. USA Gulf of Mexico: The company has a 27.5% interest in Big Foot located in Walker Ridge block 29. The company has a 12% interest in Heidelberg located in Green Canyon block 859. Heidelberg is operated by Anadarko Petroleum Corp. Canada: The company is the operator of the KKD Oil Sands Partnership. Offshore Newfoundland, the company has a 9.7% interest in the Exxon-operated Hebron field located in the Jeanne d'Arc basin near the other partner-operated fields Terra Nova and Hibernia. South America In January 2015, the company submitted the plan of development for Peregrino Phase II project in Brazil. Sub-Saharan Africa In Sub-Saharan Africa, the company is participating in the planning and development of projects in Angola and Tanzania. Angola In Block 15, the Kizomba Satellites phase 2 project, which consists of the fields Bavuka, Kakocha, and Mondo South, is expected to start production in 2015. The project includes subsea tiebacks to existing Kizomba B and Mondo FPSO vessels. Block 15 is operated by Esso Angola, a subsidiary of ExxonMobil, with the company holding a 13.3% interest in this block. Tanzania The company has made various large gas discoveries offshore Tanzania in Block 2. The company is the operator of Block 2 and holds a 65% working interest. North Africa In 2014, the company’s field development in the North Africa was focused on Algeria. Europe and Asia In Europe and Asia, the company is participating in the planning and development of projects in Azerbaijan, the U.K., Russia, and Ireland Azerbaijan In 2013, the company and its partners in the Shah Deniz consortium made the final investment decision for the development of the Stage 2 development of the Shah Deniz gas field in Azerbaijan and expansion of the SCP through Azerbaijan and Georgia. Sub-Saharan Africa In Sub-Saharan Africa, the company is participating in the planning and development of projects in Angola and Tanzania. Angola In Block 15, the Kizomba Satellites phase 2 project, which consists of the fields Bavuka, Kakocha, and Mondo South, is expected to start production in 2015. The project includes subsea tiebacks to existing Kizomba B and Mondo FPSO vessels. Block 15 is operated by Esso Angola, a subsidiary of ExxonMobil, with the company is holding a 13.3% interest in this block. Tanzania The company has made various large gas discoveries offshore Tanzania in Block 2. The company is the operator of Block 2 and holds a 65% working interest. North Africa In 2014, the company’s field development in the North Africa was focused on Algeria. Europe and Asia In Europe and Asia, the company is participating in the planning and development of projects in Azerbaijan, the U.K., Russia, and Ireland Azerbaijan In December 2013, the company and its partners in the Shah Deniz consortium made the final investment decision for the development of the Stage 2 development of the Shah Deniz gas field in Azerbaijan and expansion of the SCP through Azerbaijan and Georgia. The stage 2 project includes offshore drilling and completion of 26 subsea wells, and the construction of two bridge-linked platforms. United Kingdom The company is the operator for the Mariner heavy oil project and holds a 65.1% interest. In 2012, the company made the investment decision to develop the Mariner oil field. The field development plan for Mariner includes a possibility of a future subsea tie-in of Mariner Eas

 

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