Equinor to drill new wells at Martin Linge

Norway's Equinor has conducted an analysis of wells in field Martin Linge, which the company acquired from Total back in 2018, concluding that the oil firm will drill new wells for almost EUR 190 million.

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Norwegian oil company Equinor will drill new wells at oil field Martin Linge in the North Sea after performing a rigorous analysis of the existing wells at the field.

Safety is inadequate at several of the wells, concludes Equinor, which will now drill new wells at the field, which the company took over from Total in 2018.

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