Leif Ericson

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Leif Ericson

(ˈliːf ˈɛrɪksən)
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Er•ic•son

or Er•ics•son

(ˈɛr ɪk sən)

n.
Leif, fl. A.D. c1000, Norse mariner (son of Eric the Red).
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Well 7219/12-3 S was drilled by the Leiv Eiriksson drilling facility, which will now permanently plug well 7219/12-1 in the same production licence.
Also, the well will be drilled with the semi-submersible drilling rig Leiv Eiriksson and is expected to take approximately 50 days.
Greenpeace revealed 18 activists climbed on to the Leiv Eiriksson rig off the coast of Greenland to demand details of how the operator would respond to any oil spill.
They scaled the Leiv Eiriksson, run by Edinburgh oil and gas exploration company Cairn Energy, and hung beneath it in a pod.
Greenpeace said the activists scaled the 53,000-ton rig Leiv Eiriksson, run by Edinburgh-based oil and gas exploration and production company Cairn Energy, and are now hanging under it in a pod.
Earlier in the day, Leiv Eiriksson, another giant offshore oil platform, passed through the Istanbul Strait (Bosphorus) to sail on its way back to Norway from the Black Sea where it explored deepwater oil and natural gas prospects in the Black Sea for the state-owned Turkish Petroleum Corporation (TPAO) and the Brazilian oil company Petrobras.
Leiv Eiriksson Nyskaping AS (Norway) has patented an antibody capable of binding to human TLR2 and which (i) binds only to CD14.
Lundin Norway has also announced a fifth option on semi-submersible Leiv Eiriksson giving it employment through to March 2018.
Also, this well will be drilled with the semi-submersible drilling rig Leiv Eiriksson and is expected to take approximately 70 days.
ISTANBUL, Mar 13, 2011 (TUR) -- Leiv Eiriksson, a giant offshore oil platform, passed through the Istanbul Strait (Bosphorus) on Saturday to sail on its way back to Norway from the Black Sea.
Summary: ISTANBUL (Cihan) - Leiv Eiriksson, a giant offshore oil platform, passed through the Istanbul Strait (Bosphorus) on Saturday to sail on its way back to Norway from the Black Sea.