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Norway Northern North Sea exploration basin

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31 December 2020

Norway Northern North Sea exploration basin

Report summary

The Norwegian Northern North Sea Basin is dominated by the Viking Graben structure. The basin is bound by the Central Graben to the south, the Norwegian coast to the east and the UK maritime border to the west. The 2010 discovery of the giant Johan Sverdrup oil field was an important and unexpected event, highlighting the significant undiscovered resource potential in what is a mature basin with significant infrastructure. Despite the high level of taxation in Norway, both plays contribute to full-cycle value creation. This highlights the benefit of continuing to explore in a well-understood, mature basin in a period when companies are cutting spend.

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Tables and charts

This report includes 24 images and tables including:

  • Exploration history map
  • Drilling activity by well type
  • Discoveries and success rates
  • Top 10 discoveries
  • Current acreage holders
  • Jurassic
  • Early Tertiary
  • Summary of discovery and development costs
  • Brent and local oil price assumptions
  • Henry Hub and local gas price assumptions
  • Typical fiscal terms
  • Exploration plays map
  • Key play characteristics
  • Creaming curve
  • Creaming curve
  • Unit value of potential discoveries
  • Breakeven price of exploration
  • Jurassic
  • Unit value of potential discoveries
  • Breakeven price of exploration
  • Early Tertiary

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