Stork has five-year asset integrity contract extension with Harbour Energy (LON: HBR).
Harbour Energy (LON:HBR) has received approval to proceed with its 18 million barrel Talbot development in the North Sea, with production due online in late 2024.
Updates were given on Talbot, Leverett, Tolmount East, Earn and Jocelyn South.
Harbour Energy has submitted an environmental statement for its proposed Talbot subsea development, with a view to reaching first oil in Q3 2024.
Harbour Energy is pushing ahead with an “active rig programme”, with plans to drill over 20 development and infill wells in 2022.
Harbour Energy has outlined a clutch of projects expected to get underway in the North Sea this year, including new wells at the J-Area and Catcher field.
“More energy and less emissions” is how TotalEnergies’ North Sea boss summarises the company’s strategy for the coming years. And that, broadly speaking, is reflected across the plans of others too.
The Europe chief executive of Harbour Energy has told investors that the Dunnottar exploration project is a “a well to watch”.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has criticised Chrysaor after failing to maintain the launching system for its only lifeboat on board the Jade platform.
Chrysaor has confirmed it is hoping to sanction a new North Sea project next year.