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PGNiG: we are accelerating work on the Ærfugl field

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…

PGNiG gains consent to use Odfjell rig on Norwegian shelf for Shrek wildcat drilling

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…

Tommeliten Alpha Project passes important decision gate towards production in 2024

PGNiG Upstream Norway and its partners decided to move to Select Phase of the project during which key technical decisions regarding the field development will…

PGNiG purchased interest in another gas field in Norway

PGNiG Upstream Norway will acquire 22.2 percent of shares in King Lear field – PL146 and PL333 licenses – from Total E&P Norge. The volume…

PGNiG on route to production form Ærfugl gas reservoir in the Norwegian Sea

The first well is expected to start production in June 2020. By the end of the year the next three wells will commence production. The…

PGNiG will lease a drilling platform in the Norwegian Sea

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…

Three new licenses in Norway

PGNiG Upstream Norway, a Norwegian subsidiary of the PGNiG Group, obtained three new licenses from the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy as part of the…

PGNiG’s Norwegian subsidiary closer to drilling its first exploration well as licence operator

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…

PGNiG: final consent to buy Tommeliten Alpha interest from Equinor

PGNiG Upstream Norway AS obtained a consent of the Norway’s Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to purchase over 42% shares in the Tommeliten Alpha filed…

PGNiG prepares a development plan for another field in Norway

The gas reserves of the Fogelberg field are estimated at between 7 and 14 bcm. The start of commercial production is in line with the…

PGNiG consolidates its position in Norway

PGNiG Upstream Norway (PGNiG UN) of the PGNiG Group is the first Polish company to drill a well in the Norwegian Sea as an operator.

Development plans for the Ærfugl and Skogul fields approved

The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has approved the geological documentation and development plans for two fields in which PGNiG Upstream Norway holds interests….

Appraisal well spudded within Fogelberg gas discovery in Norway

The well results will be used to precisely estimate the reserves and plan the development of the discovery, in which PGNiG Upstream Norway holds a…

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