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Operations Exploration

Three wells remain in Lundin Petroleum's 2017 exploration/appraisal programme

February 2017





Note:
Information in the above table is subject to the Legal Notice section, in particular the risks relating to "forward-looking information" and Prospective Resources.
 
     

FRANCE


» 20 licences
  - 15 production
  -  5 exploration
» Net reserves 19.1 MMboe

NORWAY


» 63 licences
  - 8 production
  - 2 development
  - 53 exploration
» Net reserves 684.5 MMboe

NETHERLANDS


» 20 licences
  -  18 production
  -  2 exploration
» Net reserves 1.9 MMboe

RUSSIA


» 1 development licence
 

MALAYSIA


» 4 licences
   - 1 production
   - 3 exploration
» Net reserves 10.7 MMboe
APPRAISAL WELL SUMMARY   ALTA DISCOVERY
PL609 Alta  
Country: Norway (Southern Barents Sea)

Licence: PL609

Operator: Lundin Petroleum 40%

Partners: Idemitsu Petroleum Norge 30%,
RWE Dea 30%

Well name: 7220/11-3a

Rig name: Leiv Eiriksson

Description: Second appraisal well on the Alta Discovery.
The objective of the Alta-3 re-entry is to deepen the well to further assess the quality of the Permian carbonate reservoir section as well as to conduct a production test. The original Alta-3 well encountered a gross hydrocarbon column of 120 metres and all three Alta wells drilled to date have proven pressure communication. The Alta discovery is estimated to contain gross contingent resources of between 125 and 400 million barrels of oil equivalents (MMboe).

EXPLORATION WELL SUMMARY   NEIDEN PROSPECT
PL609 Neiden  
Country: Norway (Southern Barents Sea)

Licence: PL609

Operator: Lundin Petroleum 40%

Partners: Idemitsu Petroleum Norge 30%,
RWE Dea 30%

Well name: 7220/6-2

Rig name: Leiv Eiriksson

Description: The Neiden prospect is a shallow four-way dip closure with main target in the Triassic Snadd Fm comprising a stacked alluvial channel system. Good hydrocarbon indicators have been identified.
The Neiden well was suspended immediately above prognosed reservoir section in October last year due to winter restrictions for the drilling rig (Island Innovator).

EXPLORATION WELL SUMMARY   FILICUDI PROSPECT
PL533 Filicudi  
Country: Norway
(Southern Barents Sea)

Licence: PL533

Operator: Lundin Petroleum 35%

Partner: Aker BP 35%,
RWE Dea 30%,

Well name: TBA

Rig name: Leiv Eiriksson

Description: The Filicudi prospect is expected to contain Jurassic sandstone reservoir analogous to the Johan Castberg discovery



APPRAISAL WELL SUMMARY   Gohta Discovery
PL492 Gohta  
Country: Norway (Southern Barents Sea)

Licence: PL492

Operator: Lundin Petroleum 40%

Partners: Aker BP 60%

Well name: TBA

Rig name: TBA

Description: Second appraisal well on the Gohta Discovery.
The objective of the Gohta-3 is to better understand the reservoir and field extension.
The Gohta discovery is estimated to contain gross contingent resources of between 90 and 180 million barrels of oil equivalents (MMboe).
APPRAISAL WELL SUMMARY   ALTA DISCOVERY
PL609 Alta  
Country: Norway (Southern Barents Sea)

Licence: PL609

Operator: Lundin Petroleum 40%

Partners: Idemitsu Petroleum Norge 30%,
RWE Dea 30%

Well name: TBA

Rig name: Leiv Eiriksson

Description: Third appraisal well on the Alta Discovery.
The objective of the Alta-4 is to better understand the reservoir and field extension
The Alta discovery is estimated to contain gross contingent resources of between 125 and 400 million barrels of oil equivalents (MMboe).

APPRAISAL WELL SUMMARY   ALTA DISCOVERY
PL609 Alta  
Country: Norway (Southern Barents Sea)

Licence: PL492

Operator: Lundin Petroleum 40%

Partners: Aker BP 60%

Well name: TBA

Rig name: Leiv Eiriksson

Description: fourth appraisal well on the Alta Discovery.
The objective of the Alta-5 is to better understand the reservoir and field extension
The Alta discovery is estimated to contain gross contingent resources of between 125 and 400 million barrels of oil equivalents (MMboe).

EXPLORATION WELL SUMMARY   HELLEMOBOTN OR BORSELV PROSPECT
PL609  
Country: Norway (Southern Barents Sea)

Licence: PL609C or PL609

Operator: Lundin Petroleum 40%

Partners: Idemitsu Petroleum Norge 30%,
RWE Dea 30%

Well name: TBA

Rig name: Leiv Eiriksson

Description: Both prospects are on trend with the Alta discovery.

APPRAISAL WELL SUMMARY   EDVARD GRIEG FIELD
PL338 - E.Grieg SW  
Country: Norway (Utsira High Area)

Licence: PL338

Operator: Lundin Petroleum 65%

Partners: OMV 20%
Wintershall 15%

Well name: TBA

Rig name: TBA

Description: Following the good results from the previous two water injector this appraisal well will target the potential of the South West Flank of the Edvard Grieg field.

EXPLORATION WELL SUMMARY   KORPFJELL PROSPECT
PL859  
Country: Norway (Southern Barents Sea)

Licence: PL859

Operator: Statoil 15%

Partners: Lundin 15%,
Chevron 20%,
SDØE 20%,
ConocoPhillips 15%

Well name: TBA

Rig name: TBA

Description: Structural aerial closure 3-4 times the size of Johan Sverdrup
The 2017 well will target the shallow reservoir

EXPLORATION WELL SUMMARY   VOLUND WEST PROSPECT
PL150B  
Country: Norway (Alvheim Area)

Licence: PL159b

Operator: Aker BP 65%

Partners: Lundin 35%

Well name: TBA

Rig name: TBA

Description: The Volund West prospect, if successful, could be tied back to the Volund field infrastructure

EXPLORATION WELL SUMMARY   TONJER
Johan Sverdrup Unit  
Country: Norway (Utsira High Area)

Licence: Joahn Sverdrup Unit

Operator: Statoil 40.0%

Partners: Lundin 22.6%,
Petoro 17.36%, Aker BP 11.5733%,
Maersk Oil 8.44%

Well name: TBA

Rig name: TBA

Description: Exploration well north of Johan Sverdrup field targeting potential field extension

EXPLORATION WELL SUMMARY   ALTA PROSPECT
PL609 Alta  
Country: Norway (Barents Sea Area)

Licence: PL609

Operator: Lundin Petroleum 40%

Partners: Idemitsu Petroleum Norge 30%,
RWE Dea 30%

Well name: 7220/11-1

Rig name: Island Innovator

Description: 4 way-dip closure with a composite reservoir of Kobbe sandstones, weathered carbonates and weathered sandstones and intrusives.

Result: Oil and gas discovery. The well encountered a gross hydrocarbon column of 57 metres consisting of 11 metres gas and 46 metres oil in carbonate rocks of good reservoir quality. Two DSTs were performed in the oil zone, producing at a maximum rate of 3,260 bopd and 1.7 MMcfd through a 36/64" choke constrained by rig facilities. The gas/oil ratio was 94 Sm3/Sm3. Preliminary evaluation of the gross recoverable oil and gas resource range is estimated at 125 to 400 MMboe.