Hurricane Energy has started drilling its Lincoln Crestal well in the West of Shetland.
Hurricane Energy has insisted its recent disappointment at Warwick Deep has “no negative read-across” to its other West of Shetland discoveries.
Hurricane Energy has announced its highly anticipated Warwick Deep well has not encountered commercial rates of oil and gas.
After months of setbacks, Hurricane Energy has successfully hooked up its production vessel to its huge Lancaster field west of Shetland.
The Aoka Mizu vessel was widely expected to have been installed at the Lancaster field by now, with final preparations under way for the long-term oil production trial, beginning in the current quarter.
On a sunny October morning, members of the The Geological Society pack an ornate lecture theater at their imposing headquarters on London’s Piccadilly. One of their number introduces a scientist who “needs no introduction,” the man people had come to see.
The head of Hurricane Energy says the west of Shetland is the “right address to be in” for oil explorers.
Hurricane Energy reported a loss for the first half the year of $4.2million.
Hurricane Energy this morning confirmed it had made the final investment decision (FID) on its early production system (EPS) for its fractured basement Lancaster field.
Hurricane Energy’s plans for the largest undeveloped discovery in the UK North Sea have delivered a bumper pay boost for the firm’s chief executive.
The discovery of an “absolutely colossal” untapped oil field has given the North Sea a welcome shot in the arm.