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Lundin drilling proves a dud in Norwegian Sea

The first exploratory drilling in Lundin Energy Norway's 886 license comes up dry in the Norwegian Sea.

Photo: Lundin Petroleum PR

Sometimes, oil explorations are in vain when companies go drilling in the oceans. This is the case for Lundin, which had to terminate the exploratory drilling of well 6306-9-1 in the Norwegian Sea.

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate confirms the news Monday.

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