据海上能源6月4日报道，挪威的Aker BP A已经完成了在挪威近海北海15/6-15初探井井的钻探，没有遇到碳氢化合物。
15 / 6-15井的主要勘探目标是在中侏罗世时期（Hugin和Sleipner地层）证实储层岩石中的石油。 二级勘探目标是检查三叠纪时期的储层岩石（斯卡格拉克地层）。
由Deepsea Stavanger钻井平台钻探的井遇到了厚度约125米的Sleipner地层，其中40米为储层质量良好至中等的储层岩石。 遇到的Skagerrak地层厚度约为140米，其中15米为储层岩石，储层质量较差。 该井的特点是干燥。
Deepsea Stavanger钻井平台现在将继续在北海中部777生产许可证区，继续钻探初探井15 / 6-16 S，其中Aker BP是运营商。
郝芬 译自 Offshore Energy
Norway: Dry well for Aker BP in North Sea
Norway’s Aker BP A has completed the drilling of wildcat well 15/6-15 in the North Sea, offshore Norway, without hitting hydrocarbons.
The well was drilled about 15 kilometers north-east of the Gina Krog field and 225 kilometers west of Stavanger. The well is dry, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate said align="justify">The primary exploration target for well 15/6-15 was to prove petroleum in reservoir rocks from the Middle Jurassic Age (the Hugin and Sleipner formation). The secondary exploration target was to examine reservoir rocks from the Triassic Age (the Skagerrak formation).
The well, drilled by the Deepsea Stavanger drilling rig, encountered the Sleipner formation with a thickness of about 125 meters, of which 40 meters were reservoir rocks of good to moderate reservoir quality. The Skagerrak formation was encountered with a thickness of about 140 meters, of which 15 meters were reservoir rocks with poor reservoir quality. The well is characterized as dry.
This is the first exploration well in production license 814, which was awarded in APA 2015.
The well was drilled to a vertical depth of 3761 meters below the sea surface and was terminated in the Skagerrak formation.
Water depth at the site is 109 meters. The well will now be permanently plugged and abandoned.
The Deepsea Stavanger rig will now proceed to production license 777 in the central part of the North Sea to continue drilling wildcat well 15/6-16 S, where Aker BP is the operator.