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Gallant drills to record depths on Norwegian shelf

In the Solaris project for Total E&P, Mærsk Gallant drilled a recordbreaking ultra-high-pressure – high-temperature (HPHT) well on the Norwegian Continental Shelf in 2016.

Gallant drills to record depths on Norwegian shelf

The well was drilled to a depth of 5,941 metres in TD with a downhole temperature of 190°C and reservoir pressure above 16,000psi. This was the deepest, hottest and highest-pressure well in Norwegian history.

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