Norwegians study Barents hydrocarbon leakage
Improved techniques for monitoring ecological impact may apply to natural seepage and to accidental leaks from damaged vessels
By Sarah Hurst
For Petroleum News
The Geological Survey of Norway is launching a study of natural seepage of hydrocarbons around the Snohvit and Goliat fields in the Barents Sea, the agency’s Jochen Knies said in a presentation at the 4th Norway-Russia Arctic Offshore Workshop in Oslo June 18. Snohvit is currently producing gas for....
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