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Subsea Oil Gas Pipelines in the North Sea Area

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Europipe I - The Europipe I gas pipeline runs from the Draupner E riser platform in the North Sea to a receiving terminal at Dornum on the German coast. With an internal diameter of 40 inches, it is 716 kilometres long.
Operator: Gassco, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Europipe II - The Europipe II pipeline is 658 kilometres long and has an internal diameter of 42 inches. It transports gas from the Kårstø processing complex north of Stavanger to the receiving facilities at Dornum in northern Germany.
Operator: Gassco, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Franpipe - The Franpipe system runs for 840 kilometres from the Draupner E riser platform in the North Sea to the receiving terminal at Port Ouest in Dunkerque on the French coast. It has an internal diameter of 42 inches.
Operator: Gassco, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Frostpipe - This 16-inch line carries oil from the Lille-Frigg and Frøy fields in the Frigg area to Oseberg. Measuring 82 kilometres long, it began operating in 1994. From Oseberg, the oil flows through the Oseberg Transport System to Sture near Bergen.
Operator: TotalFinaElf, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Haltenpipe - The Haltenpipe line is 250 kilometres long and carries gas from the Heidrun field in the Norwegian Sea to Tjeldbergodden in mid-Norway. With an internal diameter of 16 inches, it became operational in December 1996.
Operator: Gassco, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Langeled - The world’s longest export pipeline. The gas will be transported by the world’s longest subsea export pipeline approximately 1200 kilometres from Nyhamna at the west coast of Norway via Sleipner in the North Sea to Easington in UK.
Operator: Norsk Hydro, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Norne Gas Transport System - The Norne Gas Transport System (NGTS) runs for 126 kilometres to tie the Norne field in the Norwegian Sea into the Åsgard Transport pipeline.
Operator: Gassco, Location: Europe(north), North Sea

Norpipe Oil - A 34-inch oil pipeline which runs for 335 kilometres from Ekofisk to the Teesside export port in Britain. On line in 1975.
Operator: Phillips, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Oseberg Transport System (OTS) - This was the first pipeline to bring oil ashore in Norway when it began operating in 1988. Crude from Oseberg, Veslefrikk, Brage, Frøy and Lille-Frigg is piped for 115 kilometres through the 28-inch line to Sture near Bergen.
Operator: Norsk Hydro, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Sleipner Condensate - Condensate from the Sleipner fields is piped for 245 kilometres through a 20-inch line to Kårstø north of Stavanger for processing. Began operating in 1993.
Operator: Statoil, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Troll Oil I - This 16-inch line carries oil for 86 kilometres from Troll B to Mongstad near Bergen, reaching a depth of more than 500 metres in the Hjelte Fjord. Began operating in 1995.
Operator: Statoil, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Troll Oil II - This 20-inch line carries oil for 82 kilometres from Troll C to Mongstad. Began operating with a daily capacity of 315,000 barrels in November 1999.
Operator: Statoil, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Ula Transport - Oil from Ula and Gyda is piped through two 20-inch lines to Ekofisk, and on through Norpipe Oil. The Ula line began operating in 1986, with the Gyda section following in 1990.
Operator: Statoil, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Vesterled - The Vesterled system runs from the Heimdal Riser platform in the North Sea to St Fergus in the UK, is 361 kilometres long overall and has an internal diameter of 32 inches.
Operator: Gassco, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Zeepipe - From the Troll Gas processing plant at Kollsnes near Bergen to the Sleipner area, a pipeline with an internal diameter of 40 inches, running for 814 kilometres from the Sleipner area of the North Sea to a receiving terminal at Zeebrugge in Belgium.
Operator: Gassco, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Åsgard Transport - Gas production from the Åsgard field formed the basis for the pipeline system. Flexible risers from the floating Åsgard B gas platform tie into an export riser base on the seabed, which forms the starting point for the 42-inch Åsgard Transport line.
Operator: Gassco, Location: Europe(North), North Sea


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