York gas field gets second life
The Spirit Energy-owned York gas field has been given another three years of life following a successful life extension project.
Nova top holes completed
The top hole drilling campaign on the Nova field in the Norwegian North Sea is completed ahead of budget and schedule.
Spirit Energy enters into long-term cooperation agreements
Spirit Energy Norway AS enters into five-year agreements with three supplier companies. The agreements are a continuation of a new type of supplier collaboration that was started in 2015, and which has contributed to Spirit Energy delivering its first development on the Norwegian Shelf six months ahead of schedule and 15 per cent below budget.
Spirit wins new exploration licences
Spirit Energy has won 3 new licences in the Awards in Predefined Areas (APA) round on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS).
Spirit Energy to drill new well at Grove field
Spirit Energy will drill a new well in the Grove North East area. If the infill well is a success, the life of the Grove field could be extended by five years to 2028.
DISUSED GAS PLATFORMS TO BE REMOVED BY WORLD’S LARGEST VESSEL
Two normally unmanned installations which used to produce gas for Spirit Morecambe Bay will be removed by the largest vessel in the world this year.
Spirit invests in increased recovery from Statfjord East
Spirit Energy and the other licence partners have decided to invest about £260 million to improve recovery from the North Sea Statfjord East field.
Production drilling starts at Nova field
The West Mira has started drilling the first of six wells on the Nova field in the Norwegian North Sea.
SPIRIT WINS SIX NEW LICENCES IN THE UKCS
We’ve been awarded six new licences in the 32nd licencing round – three in the southern North Sea and three in the central North Sea.
SPIRIT ENERGY EXTENDS LIFE OF NORTH SEA GAS FIELD
York, a Spirit Energy-owned gas field in the Southern North Sea has been given another three years of life with an additional £13million investment.