Gazprom definitively out of Danish North Sea

The wells at the Ravn oil field have been plugged, and there are no plans for further development, reports Wintershall Dea. This marks the end of Russian gas company Gazprom’s operations in Danish territory.

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Ravens are a rare sight in Denmark. The Ravn oil field in the Danish part of the North Sea, partly inspired by the bird’s name, is therefore quite appropriate, especially in light of the short lifespan of the site.

After less than five years of production at the unmanned field, both oil wells have now been plugged – and Ravn won’t be reentering operation, states German gas giant Wintershall Dea to EnergyWatch.

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