Oil and Gas projects in Norway
Gullfaks 2030 Project
Gullfaks is an oil and gas field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea operated by Statoil. It was discovered in 1979, in block 34/10, at a water depth of 136 metres. The initial recoverable reserve is 2.1 billion barrels (330×106 m3), and the remaining recoverable reserve in 2004 is 234 million barrels (37.2×106 m3). This oil field reached peak production in 2001 at 180,000 barrels per day (29,000 m3/d). It has satellite fields Gullfaks South, Rimfaks, Skinfaks and Gullveig. The project consists of three production platforms Gullfaks A, Gullfaks B, and Gullfaks C. Gullfaks C sits 217 metres (712 ft) below the waterline.
- 4 March 2019 - The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) is giving a green light to using the C platform on the Gul...
- 6 February 2019 - Equinor has awarded Shearwater an Ocean Bottom Seismic (OBS) survey over the Gullfaks field in, with...
- 15 January 2019 - The licence partners have submitted an amended PDO for the North Sea Gullfaks field. Seven new wells...
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