Petrolia NOCO is operator of one license, PL 933, and partner in six licenses in the Norwegian Sea and northern North Sea.
Partners: Neptune (Op, 40%), Concedo (30%) and Petrolia (30%)
PL 882 was awarded in the APA 2016 round and covers parts of blocks 33/6 and 34/4.
The Tampen Spur is a highly prolific hydrocarbon area with fields such as Statfjord, Snorre and Murchison. The PL 882 license acreage is underexplored with most of the wells drilled in the 70's and 80's on 2D lines. Since 2017, the area is covered by the newest seismic data (broadband technology), which offers significant uplift to prospectivity and allows for prospect de-risking. Furthermore, Snorre 2040+ extension ensures the continuity of infrastructure and exploration activity in the area.
Partners: PGNiG (Op, 40%), Concedo (20%), Skagen44 (20%) and Petrolia (20%)
PL 887 was awarded in the APA 2016 round and covers parts of blocks 6507/7, -8, -10 and -11.
The license is located in a highly prolific hydrocarbon area, surrounded by major fields, e.g. Heidrun, Maria and Åsgard.
Partners: Petrolia (Op, 40%) and Equinor (60%)
PL 933 was awarded in the APA 2017 round and covers parts of blocks 6201/10, -11 and -12.
PL 933 is located in the southernmost part of the Norwegian Sea and covers prospectivity related to the Manet Ridge. Although the region to the south is a well-established oil province, PN considers the Manet Ridge to be under-explored and are excited to operate this license to potentially extend existing play models and/or reveal new plays. The area is generally underexplored, but with proven hydrocarbons in the Albert discovery.
Partners: Neptune (Op, 40%), Lundin (30%) and Petrolia (30%)
PL 936 was awarded in the APA 2017 round and covers parts of blocks 6306/2 and 6306/5.
The license is located on the Frøya High, southwest of the Fenja field. This is an area with high exploration activity and multiple planned wells with potential to open up the prospectivity/plays in this region.
Petrolia holds partnership in two licenses on the Frøya High.
Partners: INEOS (Op, 40%), DEA (30%) and Petrolia (30%)
PL 937 was awarded in the APA 2017 round and covers parts of blocks 6306/2 and 6306/3.
PL 937 is located on the Frøya High, just southeast of the Fenja field.
Partners: Aker BP (Op, 40%), Equinor (30%) and Petrolia (30%)
PL 948 was awarded in the APA 2017 round and covers parts of block 6610/2.
The license is located in an underexplored area in the northernmost part of the Nordland Ridge. Only a couple of wells are drilled here, all during the 90's, proving a working hydrocarbon system. New technologies reveal possibilities not recognized in the past.
The area is now highly attractive and several NCS players have recently re-entered the area.
PL 018 C
Partners: Total (Op, 88.346%) and Petrolia (11.654%)
The Flyndre field is producing from Paleocene sandstone in the stratigraphically split license PL 018 C. The field is located 35 km northwest of Ekofisk and extends across the UK border in the southern North Sea.