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Aker BP plans big oil project extensions

The Norwegian oil company has submitted a plan to the nation’s Ministry of Petroleum and Energy concerning two oil project extensions expected to entail 25 million barrels of oil equivalent.

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As a part of efforts to utilize the planned lifecycle extension of the Alvheim area, Aker BP intends to expand projects Trell and Trine. The group has therefore just submitted a plan for development and production (PDO) to the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Aker BP informs in statement Wednesday.

”Trell & Trine is the third PDO submission in the Alvheim area in just one year, following close on the heels of Frosk and Kobra East & Gekko (KEG). This is yet another confirmation of a success story on Alvheim that we and our partners can be proud of,” writes Aker BP Chief Executive Karl Johnny Hersvik in the media release.

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