- Operator: Eni
- Country: Norway
- Production start: 2012
- Partners: Eni (20%) with Statoil (50%) and DONG (30%)
- Type: Gas And Condensate
- Estimated Reserves: estimated reserves of 74.7 million barrels of oil equivalent
- Production Volume: 20,000 boe/d
- The field is located in the Norwegian Sea about 30 km southwest of the Norne FPSO (Floating Production Storage and Offloading) vessel at a water depth of 365 metres.
- The wellstream will be sent to the Norne vessel for processing.
- The gas will then be transported to Åsgard Transport and further to Kårstø for export.
- It consists of two formations, Lysing and Lange, that both contain gas and condensate. The Marulk base case comprises production from the Lysing formation only, which is estimated to have recoverable reserves of approximately 70 million barrels of oil equivalent (BOE).
- FMC Technologies: Manufacture of two subsea trees, one manifold, one template, subsea control modules and associated topside controls and connection equipment.
- Nexans: Design, engineer and manufacture a static subsea control and chemical injection umbilical
- 2010 - Plan for Development and Operation (PDO) was approved by the Ministry of Oil and Energy
- 2012 - Eni announces first production
- The reservoir contains gas and condensate in Cretaceous sandstones in the Lysing and Lange Formations at a depth of about 2 800 metres.
- NPD, Marulk
- FMC Technologies Receives $62 Million Contract to Support Marulk Field Development
- Nexans wins 10 million Euro subsea umbilical contract for Marulk gas field on the Norwegian Continental Shelf
- Eni starts production at Marulk field offshore Norway