• Lundin Norway is founded on fabulous success in exploration

    Lundin Norway is founded on fabulous success in exploration, with many and large discoveries on the Norwegian shelf. This success must be credited to skilled and experienced exploration staff who have been given free rein to use their knowledge in the best way possible. Together they make us perhaps the best exploration company in the world.

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Exploration

Profitable exploration on the Norwegian shelf

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) presented the 2018 Resource Report this week. It shows that there still are plenty of resources to explore for on the Norwegian shelf. And the exploration is profitable.

The desert dunes of the North Sea

Rocks formed from desert dunes could become some of the best oil reservoirs. Edvard Grieg is the only field on the Norwegian shelf where large parts of the reservoir consist of this type of sandstone. Now we have discovered even more of this type of reservoir in Luno II.

Testing a new reservoir type in the southern Barents Sea

Lundin Norway has started drilling operations for an extended well test on the Alta discovery in the southern Barents Sea - testing a completely new type of oil reservoir on the Norwegian shelf, consisting of karstified carbonates. A successful outcome will provide important information to progress field development planning and could significantly increase the resource potential in the Barents Sea.

New licences for Lundin in the 24th licensing round

Lundin Norway was awarded 3 new licences in the 24th licensing round. The licence awards strengthen the company’s position in core areas of the southern Barents Sea.
The production on the Edvard Grieg platform generates
20
billion kroner in tax revenue for the state of Norway.

Lundin licences on the Norwegian continental shelf

The production on the Edvard Grieg platform generates
20
billion kroner in tax revenue for the state of Norway.

Island Innovator to drill Edvard Grieg appraisal

Simple solution yields valuable information

300 million years of hydrocarbons

We will explore more in the Barents Sea

Four new licenses

Licensing rounds

Production on the Edvard Grieg platform employs
600
people