- Operator: Statoil
- Country: Norway
- Location: Sleipner area of the North Sea
- Production start: 2001
- Partners: Faroe Petroleum Norge (9.3%), Det norske oljeselskap (10%), Total E&P Norge (21.8%) and Statoil (58.9%)
- Type: Oil
- Estimated Reserves: Original - 8.9 million Sm³ oil
- Production Volume:
- The Glitne oil field is located in blocks 15/5 and 15/6 in the Sleipner area of the North Sea. The field is situated roughly 40 kilometres northwest of Sleipner East at a depth of 110 metres.
- The field is operated by the production and storage vessel Petrojarl I FPSO
- Total production has amounted to 55 million barrels, which is more than double the original estimate.
- Aker Solutions: Oil separation unit
- 1995 - Field was discovered
- 1997 - Statoil acquired BP's stake in the field
- 2001 - First oil produced
- 2012 - Operations ceased on the field
- The reservoir consists of several separate sandlobes deposited as deep marine fans in the upper part of the Heimdal Formation of Paleocene age. The reservoir lies at a depth of approximately 2 150 metres.
- Aker Solutions Oil And Gas Processing References
- BP and Statoil Agree North Sea Asset Exchange
- PGS FPSO Petrojarl I Starts Production on the Glitne Field
- Glitne Lifetime extended several times – but it’s all over now