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Gas from Heidrun is piped to Tjeldbergodden in mid-Norway and provides the feedstock for the Equinor methanol plant there.
The field development concept includes two subsea templates and two production wells. Oil from Vilje is piped in a new 19-kilometre pipeline to the Alvheim FPSO
Block 34/7 in the Tampen area of the Norwegian North Sea.
The Heimdal Gas Center, on Production License (PL) 036, is a hub for the processing and distribution of gas.
Vigdis lies in block 34/7 in the Tampen area of the Norwegian North Sea, and came on stream in 1997.
field lies in blocks 34/4 and 34/7, approximately 200km west of Floro, in Norway. Block 34/4 was awarded in 1979, while block 34/7 was awarded in 1984.
Huldra has been developed with a wellhead platform which ranks as the first Statoil offshore installation designed for normally unstaffed operation.
lies in blocks 15/5 and 15/6 in the Sleipner area of the Norwegian North Sea, about 40 kilometres north-west of Statoil's Sleipner East development. The water depth in the area is approximately 110 metres.
The plan for development and operation of Volve in the Norwegian North Sea was approved on 22 April 2005.
primarily a gas field, but it also possesses significant quantities of oil, in thin zones under the gas cap, to the west of the field. West Troll can be divided into two major zones.
The Kvitebjørn gas and condensate field lies in block 34/11, east of Gullfaks in the Norwegian North Sea.
lies in block 34/10 in the northern part of the Norwegian North Sea. Block 34/10 was awarded in 1978 to three Norwegian companies, Statoil (operator); Norsk Hydro; and the former Saga Petroleum.
Yttergryta subsea is a gas and condensate field in the Norwegian Sea, 33 km east of Åsgard B, developed with a simple subsea production facility on the seabed
field is located on the Haltenbank in the Norwegian Sea, 35km southeast of the Kristin field in roughly 285m of water. The discovery comprises two structures - Tyrihans North and Tyrihans South.