London-based Neptune Energy announced a new commercial oil discovery at the Ofelia exploration well, near the Gjøa field in Norway.
Oil and gas accounts for 25% of CO2 emissions from Norway. Quite simply, if the industry doesn’t step up then the country cannot meet its climate targets.
Neptune Energy has kicked off drilling on the Ofelia exploration well in the North Sea.
Neptune Energy has secured new renewable electricity supplies for its operated assets in Germany, as it works towards its goal of going “beyond Net Zero” by 2030.
If the question was “to be or not to be”, Neptune Energy has answered in the former for its Hamlet discovery.
As of 28 February, Westwood Global Energy reports that there are four exploration wells active on the NCS. Two exploration well programmes completed in January, both as a dry holes. The Ginny and Hermine well has also been announced as dry and completed in February.
Wellesley Petroleum has concluded drilling at its wildcat well north of the Gjøa field in the Norwegian North Sea, finding it dry.
Neptune Energy today announced the start-up of production from the Duva development in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.
Neptune Energy has used a visualisation tool based on 3D gaming tech in order to digitise its subsea oil and gas wells in Norway.
Higher oil and gas prices, tax refunds and “tight cost control” helped Neptune Energy overcome a drop in production to lift its profits by two-thirds in the first quarter.
Bosses at Neptune Energy believe the private-equity backed firm can reach a key production milestone in the coming years while reining in spending.
Operator Neptune Energy and its partners Wintershall Dea, Petoro and OKEA today announced that production has started from the Gjøa P1 development in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.
Oil and gas firm Neptune Energy has had its development plans for its Duva and Gjoa projects in the North Sea approved by Norwegian authorities.
Neptune Energy has chosen Rosenberg Worley to modify on the Gjoa semi-submersible platform in the Norwegian North Sea.
Neptune Energy has estimated 120 million barrels of resources can be recovered from its Duva and Gjoa P1 projects in the Norwegian North Sea.
Norway's Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) has issued an order to Engie E& P Norge over a gas leak from a North Sea platform.
Norway's offshore safety watchdog said today that Engie's maintenance procedures on the Gjoa platform were "inadequate" following its investigation into a leak.
A gas leak occurred on the Engie E&P-operated Gjoa field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea last night.
The Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA) said a non-conformity has been identified in relation to procedures on the Gjoa facility.