Equinor and its companions will contemplate new drilling targets and wells linked to Asgard A within the Norwegian Sea, in addition to further measures to enhance restoration following approval from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) to increase the technical lifetime for the power till 2027—about 12 years longer than the unique plan.
The facility performs an necessary function in recovering as a lot remaining liquid reserves as potential from Smorbukk and Smorbukk Sor, as a lot of the gas-injection wells within the fields are tied in to Asgard A and can depend on the gasoline injection from Asgard A by way of the 2020s, NPD stated.
New drilling targets and wells linked to Asgard A shall be thought-about in each the shorter and long run. An improved restoration challenge involving “low wellhead stress” has an anticipated start-up date in 2022.
Recovery of Trestakk in addition to the Blabjorn discovery is dependent upon an prolonged lifetime of Asgard A (OGJ Online, Apr. 5, 2017). The facility’s technical lifetime was initially primarily based on 20 years of operation and expires this 12 months.
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Partners for Asgard are Petoro AS 35.69%, operator Equinor 34.57%, Var Energi AS 14.82%, Total E&P Norge AS 7.68%, and ExxonMobil Exploration & Production Norway 7.24%.
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