Lundin Petroleum is an independent Swedish oil and gas E&P company that focused entirely on exploration and development in Norway. In April 2017, it spun-off assets in Malaysia, France and the Netherlands into International Petroleum Corporation (IPC). This report analyses the exploration performance of Lundin Petroleum over 2008-2017, including some wells and fields now owned by IPC. The company aims to create stakeholder value through organically growing the resource base via exploration and development. The discovery of the giant Norwegian North Sea Johan Sverdrup field in 2010 was transformational and built on the success of the 2007 Edvard Grieg discovery made on the Utsira High. Exploration is focused on six core areas: the south-eastern trend and the Loppa High in the Barents, the Frøya High in the Norwegian Sea, the Alvheim and Utsira High areas in the North Sea and the Mandal High in the Central Graben.