Statoil has been given until the end of September to deal with a non-conformity discovered on its Statfjord A platform.
The audit was carried out by the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) between May 11th and June 10th.
The body was looking at the company’s planning and execution of permanent plugging and abandonment of wells.
The PSA said a non-conformity was identified relating to the risk assessment for leaks from old well trajectories.
Statoil now has until September 22nd to report on how the non-conformity will be dealt with.