7324/8-1 (Wisting) is a discovery in the Barents Sea, 300 kilometres from Norway’s northern coast. The water depth is 400 metres. The discovery was proven in 2013. A total of six wells have been drilled on Wisting. The reservoir is highly segmented and contains oil in sandstone of Early Jurassic age in the Stø and Nordmela Formations, as well as in the Upper Triassic Fruholmen Formation. The discovery will most likely be developed as a stand-alone development.
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