Equinor, the company operating the Peregrino field, published a video with highlights during the installation of the platform’s two largest modules – the main support frame and the living quarters.
Equinor began production from the Utgard field, a cross border gas and condensate field in the North Sea with two wells; one on the UK side and one on the Norwegian side. The Utgard field will provide high value and low carbon intensity barrels.
The Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor started production from the Trestakk subsea field on Haltenbanken in the Norwegian Sea on Tuesday, July 16. In the meantime, the company published a video presenting the procedure from A to Z, for an offshore field to come online.
Three days were enough to lift four of the last pieces in the Johan Sverdrup puzzle into place, namely the two final platform topsides, a bridge and a flare stack. The processing platform lift was the heaviest lift ever performed offshore. The installation and completion phase offshore at Johan Sverdrup began with installing the jacket for the riser platform in August 2017.
On 14 October, the Oseberg Vestflanken 2 field in the North Sea came on stream. Remotely-operated from the Oseberg field centre, the new Oseberg H platform is the first unmanned platform on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, with recoverable resources at 110 million barrels.
Equinor launched a video of the hook-up and commissioning operations on its Mariner platform in the UK North Sea. 800 people are working offshore on the huge hook-up operation to prepare the platform for production. Mariner is the largest field development on the UK continental shelf in recent years.
Norwegian oil major Equinor issued a video depicting the installation of four huge modules at the Martin Linge field, in the North Sea, last week. The largest module lifted into place by Thialf was a whopping 10,500 tonnes. The hook up now begins, connecting steel, pipes and cables.
The Johan Sverdrup Riser platform is being constructed at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard on Geoje island in South Korea. The Johan Sverdrup development is now nearly 70% complete, which is according to plan, and investment costs are continuing its positive trend. The project will be developed in several phases.
Boskalis completed a dual vessel float-over operation of the Aasta Hansteen topside. Boskalis contributed in the transportation of the Aasta Hansteen SPAR from South Korea to Norway and the topside installation.
The Njord A platform was towed by the anchor handling tug supply vessel “KL Sandefjord and arrived at Kværner Stord on Thursday 25 August. The platform will now be reinforced and renovated for production beyond 2030.
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