Lundin sees delays at Norway's Brynhild, Boeyla fields
OSLO Jan 8 (Reuters) - The Boeyla oil field in the Norwegian North Sea will start up late due to the late arrival of a rig, while development drilling on the Brynhild field has been slower than forecast, resulting in higher costs, Lundin Petroleum said on Wednesday.
Boeyla will start up about a quarter late compared to the previous guidance for first oil in the fourth quarter of 2014, said Lundin, a partner in both fields.
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