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Resolve: Drilling HPHT wells in the North Sea

From 2014 to 2016, Maersk Resolve worked in the North Sea for operator DONG Energy on the Hejre field.

Resolve: Drilling HPHT wells in the North Sea

During the operation, Resolve successfully drilled a total of 5 HPHT wells. Pressure in the wells was reaching more than 1,000 bar and temperatures were around 170 degrees Celsius, all whilst the operational KPIs – tripping, BOP tests and ROP – were consistently strong and efficient. One of the wells was the 5th longest HPHT well
in the world drilled from a jack-up rig, measuring 6,625 meters in TD (measured in the Rushmore Index).

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