Record investment slows decline of North Sea

Total recently announced the initiation of its Ekofisk South project off the coast of Norway, two months ahead of schedule. The project will add an additional 70,000 barrels of oil equivalent (boe) per day from 35 new production wells and eight injection wells. Though Ekofisk initially began prod...

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