PROUD
TO BE
DIFFERENT

Succeeding in today’s energy world requires collaboration, agility and the courage to do things differently. Say hello to success.

We are an E&P company. But we’re not your usual E&P company. We’re pushing what’s possible, embracing collaboration as the new normal and thinking differently.

We are proud of our heritage, but we’re even prouder of our ambition to constantly break new ground.

Focused on creating a strong, sustainable business built for the future, we are exploring challenging frontiers and giving technological innovation a chance.

We are maximising the potential of existing assets and working with our partners to bring exciting new developments on stream, while maintaining an absolute commitment to safety in everything we do.

We are Spirit Energy.

Key figures

4
countries
33
producing fields
1,100
strong team

Untapped Energy

Huge opportunities remain in north-west Europe's basins – 40 billion barrels identified and an estimated 30 billion barrels yet to find.

As a full-cycle regional specialist, we are committed to exploring new ways to fuel growth, and add value as a lean, agile and sustainable company.

Notable Milestones

Here are a few of the notable milestones that have taken place since Spirit Energy was formed in December 2017:

2017
Dec
Spirit Energy formed
2018
Jan
Awarded our highest number of licences in an Awards in Predefined Areas (APA) round, with 11 exploration licences in Norway
2018
Sept
Invested in 50% of Hurricane Energy’s Greater Warwick Area
2018
Oct
Together with partners, we received approval for the Nova development
2018
Dec
Took on operatorship of the Babbage gas field
2019
Mar
Published our first Gender Pay Gap report
2019
Mar
Oda brought on stream ahead of schedule and under budget
2019
Apr
Warwick Deep well spudded – the first in a three-well program
2019
Apr
Filed our first-ever Annual Report
2019
Jun
Chiswick C5Y gas well started production in Greater Markham Area
2019
Jul
ST1, our first platform to be decommissioned, was safely removed and transported to Dales Voe in Shetland