Fenja is a sub-sea development, which will be produced as a tie-back to the Njord production hub, and is scheduled to come on stream in 2021. Neptune is operator and has a 30 per cent interest in the field. The Plan for Development and Operation was approved in April 2018. Resource estimate: 100Mboe. (Illustrasjon: VNG)

Neptune on the programme

Neptune Energy will present their global exploration strategy on the forthcoming strategy conference in Stavanger.

Neptune Energy and VNG has joined forces in Norway.

The transaction, that was recently announced, adds three producing fields, two development projects and 42 licences to Neptune Energy’s existing portfolio, consolidating the company amongst the top five independent producers on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, by equity production.

Neptune Energy is involved world-wide with 268 licences.

Gro Gunleiksrud Haatvedt, Vice President and Group Head of Exploration, will give a broader perspective on exploration as a private equity company with global operations at the upcoming Exploration Strategy Conference in Stavanger.

The 2nd NCS Exploration Strategy Conference, November 14-15, Stavanger

The programme includes the following sessions:

    • YET TO FIND: A WORLD-WIDE PERSPECTIVE
    • YET TO FIND: UK & NORWEGIAN PERSPECTIVES
  • YET TO FIND: GEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES
  • PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT – EXPLORATION AS AN INVESTMENT STRATEGY
  • 15+ COMPANY PRESENTATIONS

See the full programme here.

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