Poland's Lotos drills dry well in Norwegian North Sea
OSLO Dec 17 (Reuters) - Polish energy firm Lotos has drilled a dry well in the Norwegian North Sea, partner North Energy said in a statement on Monday.
"No hydrocarbons were encountered, and the well will be plugged and abandoned as a dry well," North Energy said in a filing to the Oslo bourse.
Lotos operates production license 498 with a 25 percent stake while other shareholders include North (25 percent), Edison International (25 percent), and Skagen 44 (25 percent).
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