Cecilie Oil Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Dong
  • Country: Denmark
  • Location: North Sea
  • Production start: 2003
  • Partners: Altinex - 61%, DONG - 22%, RWE Dea - 17%
  • Type: Oil & Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:


  • The Cecilie field is a satellite to the Siri platform, which provides injection water, lift gas, processing, storage, and export services for Cecilie.
  • The development has one unmanned wellhead platform with a helideck.
  • The unprocessed production is transported to the Siri platform through a 12” multiphase pipeline.
  • The oil is processed at the Siri platform and exported to shore via tanker.
  • The gas produced is injected into the Siri Field.
  • The field consists of two reservoirs, Cecilie and Connie.


  • Saipem: Wellhead Platform and Sealines T&I


  • 2000 - Cecilie Oil Field discovered
  • 2002 - Government approval was received
  • 2003 - Production started


  • The Cecilie accumulation is a combined structural and stratigraphic trap. It is an anticlinal structure induced through salt tectonics, delimited by faults and redeposited sands.


  1. Saipem Europe Fixed Offshore Production Facilities Project R
  2. RWE Dea, Denmark

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