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Summary Information

  • Operator: Total
  • Country: UK
  • Location: 100 kilometres North West of the Sullom Voe Terminal on the Shetland Islands
  • Production start:
  • Partners:
  • Type: Oil / Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:



  • Offshore Design Engineering (ode) & DORIS Engineering: Contract for basic engineering
  • Subsea 7: Engineering, fabrication and installation of 141km of 8-inch and 2-inch piggy-backed service pipelines and the engineering, supply and installation of 1 x 124km and 1 x 17km control umbilicals and associated subsea structures and tie-ins.
  • FMC:
    • Supply the manufacture of nine subsea trees, eight wellheads and two six-slot manifolds.
    • 12 multiphase meters, 10 subsea control modules and associated control systems.
  • Nexans: Design, engineering and manufacture of a total length of 143km of static subsea electro-hydraulic control umbilicals
  • ClampOn: Nineteen (19) Sand, PIG and Vibration Monitors


  • 2004 - Total announces a positive appraisal
  • 2010 - Final investment decision taken
  • 2010 - UK government approval granted
  • 2016 - First gas produced



  1. UK North Sea: Total Makes Gas Discovery and Awarded Three Adjacent Licences
  2. Laggan-Tormore basic engineering contract
  3. DONG Energy to develop the Laggan-Tormore fields West of Shetland
  4. Total Awards FMC Technologies $210 Million Subsea Contract to Support Laggan-Tormore Field
  5. ClampOn has received Letter of Intent from FMC
  6. Nexans wins subsea umbilical contract from Subsea 7 for North Sea Laggan-Tormore gas project
  7. Total starts-up production at Laggan-Tormore in the West of Shetland

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