Oil discovery in the North Sea
Spirit Energy is partner in a new oil discovery in the Norwegian North Sea. The discovery, called Lille Prinsen, is currently estimated to contain 15–35 million barrels of recoverable oil equivalent (mmboe).
Spirit Energy submits Nova field development plan
Spirit Energy and its joint venture partners today submitted the Plan for Development and Operations (PDO) for the Nova field to the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.
Discovery in the Norwegian North Sea
Spirit Energy is partner in what could be a significant gas/condensate discovery in the Hades/Iris prospects in the Norwegian Sea.
Spirit Energy makes small oil discovery
Testing the Tethys prospect in the North Sea, Spirit Energy has made a small oil discovery in exploration well 35/9-14 in the license PL 682 on the Norwegian Shelf.
Spirit Energy appoints Technical & HSE Director
Spirit Energy has appointed experienced oil and gas leader Neil McCulloch as Technical & HSE Director
Spirit Energy to drill new well at key UK field
New well will extend the life of Chiswick field in Southern North Sea
Spirit Energy awarded new Norway licences
Spirit Energy has been awarded 11 licences in the Awards in Predefined Areas (APA) round on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Spirit Energy Launched
Spirit Energy, the E&P joint venture which combines Centrica plc’s E&P business with Bayerngas Norge AS, has begun trading as an independent oil and gas operator.
Early start for the Maria field
Spirit Energy’s partner-operated Maria field has started production one year ahead of schedule and more than 20% cheaper than planned. Oil production began on December 16, whereas the original start-up was intended for the fourth quarter of 2018.
Spirit Energy to extend life of North Sea oil field
A Spirit Energy-owned oil field in the North Sea has been given a new lease of life following a £35million investment. Spirit will drill a new production well at Chestnut which aims to more than treble production and extend the life of the field which otherwise would have been shut in later this year.