The development of the field in the Norwegian Sea enters the second phase. Additional three production wells will be drilled next year. This means that starting from 2020 the extraction of natural gas from the Ærfugl deposit will be greater.
As announced on August 16, 2019, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate has granted PGNiG Upstream Norway AS a drilling permit for well 6507/5-9 S in production licence 838.
PGNiG Upstream Norway and Aker BP have signed a contract for the lease of a semi-submersible drilling rig. In autumn, the exploration well will start to be drilled on the Shrek prospectus within PL838 license. For the PGNiG Group, it will be the first drill well in the role of […]
PGNiG Upstream Norway AS has acquired a detailed 2D seismic image, which will facilitate the selection of a drilling location in the Shrek prospect within the PL838 licence area. It will be the first well drilled by the PGNiG Group as a licence operator on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
On 7 January, 2017 at Remontowa Shiprepair Yard in Gdańsk, a special docking operation was conducted. The shipyard with the assistance of six tugs, docked the Petrobaltic jack-up rig, using a semi-submersible heavy lift unit REM LIFT 25000. This has been the 15th offshore platform serviced at Remontowa and the […]
In the first half of 2016, the PGNiG Group (Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo – Polish Oil and Gas Company) earned net profit of nearly PLN 1.3bn (approx. EUR 325m) which is PLN 594m less than a year earlier. The Group’s revenue was PLN 17.3bn, down PLN 3bn year on […]