Viking Graben
19 August 2019

Sub-vertical exploration well on the Bigfoot prospect, with an Upper Triassic (Lewis Member) objective on a low-relief anticline structure at approximately 7,500 ft located at the southern end of a Jurassic structural terrace. The Bigfoot structure is rooted in Zechstein evaporites, with closure defined by drape over a deeper fault block and rotation into a listric fault. Planned TD 9,025 ft (8,859 ft TVDSS). Original well junked after four days and re-spudded. Well was abandoned tight, but with Equinor confirming that Bigfoot was not a significant discovery.