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  • Aker BP awarded six licenses in 24th licensing round
    édité le 19/06/2018 - Plus de news de "Aker BP" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Aker BP"


Aker BP awarded six licenses in 24th licensing round
Aker BP has been offered interests in six new production licenses in Norway, of which two as operator, in the 24th licensing round. All the new licenses are located in the Barents Sea.

Gro Gunleiksrud Haatvedt, SVP Exploration of Aker BP comments:
“We are very pleased with today’s awards in the 24th licensing round, which further strengthen our presence and operator position in the Barents Sea. These awards will provide more valuable exploration potential and supplement our existing portfolio, and position the company for further growth in the region”.

The 24th licensing round awards were announced by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy on Monday 18 June 2018. In total, 12 licenses were offered to a total of 11 companies. For more details on the awards, please see the attached files from the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.

About Aker BP

Aker BP is a fully-fledged E&P company with exploration, development and production activities on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. Aker BP is the operator of Alvheim, Ivar Aasen, Skarv, Valhall, Hod, Ula and Tambar. The company is also a partner in the Johan Sverdrup field. Aker BP is headquartered at Fornebu, Norway, and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker ‘AKERBP’.


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