Hurricane Energy today dashed hopes that it could boost production from its Lancaster field, west of Shetland, with a new well in 2021.
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Hurricane Energy slashed its oil resource estimates in a crushing blow to investors who hoped the firm would become a west of Shetland oil powerhouse.
Hurricane Energy has announced today that its chief financial officer (CFO) and director will stand down from his position at the firm.
Transocean has revealed new details of its contract with Hurricane Energy for work in the west of Shetland.
Hurricane Energy has confirmed that the Lincoln Crestal well won’t be tied back to the floating production vessel on its nearby Lancaster field this year.
A “knee-jerk” reaction from investors to a combination of factors including recent results, Brexit and the coronavirus have been blamed for a 20% slide in Hurricane Energy’s share price.
Hurricane Energy has insisted it is “not aware of any subsurface, operational or commercial reasons” for a steep decline in its share price in the last week.
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Hurricane Energy has started drilling its Lincoln Crestal well in the West of Shetland.
After weeks of delays, the Transocean Leader rig is now heading to the Greater Warwick Area (GWA) west of Shetland for Spirit Energy.
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