- Operator: Statoil
- Country: Norway
- Production start:
- Partners: E.ON - 30.00 %, Faroe Petroleum - 7.50 %, GDF SUEZ - 40.00 %, Statoil - 20.00 %, VNG - 2.50 %
- Type: Oil & Gas
- Estimated Reserves: Original Recoverable reserves
- 28.5 million Sm³ oil
- 17.2 billion Sm³ gas
- 3.9 million tonnes NGL
- Production Volume: 2013
- Oil: 10 000 barrels/day
- Gas: 0.98 billion Sm³
- NGL: 0.23 million tonnes
- Njord is an oil field located about 30 kilometres west of Draugen in the Norwegian Sea. The water depth in the area is 330 metres.
- The field has been developed with a semi-submersible drilling, accommodation and production facility and a storage vessel, Njord B.
- The facility is placed over subsea completed wells connected through flexible risers.
- The facility was originally only producing oil
- The Hyme Oil Field was developed as a subsea tie back
- The oil is off-loaded from the storage vessel to tankers for transport to the market. The gas is transported through Åsgard Transport to Kårstø.
- Kværner Masa: Njord Bravo FSU constuction
- Aker Solutions:
- Njord A Semi-sub construction
- CEC qualification testing
- Pusnes Offloading System
- Stolt Offshore: Subsea installations
- KWsubsea: 12" (40.3km) Pipeline
- 1986 - Njord Oil And Gas Field discovered
- 1997 - First oil produced
- 2001 - Gaz de France acquired a stake from Statoil
- 2007 - Gas exports started
- 2011 - GDF Suez acquired Exxons 20% stake
- 2013 - Production commences from Hyme
- The reservoir consists of Jurassic sandstones in the Tilje and Ile Formations. The field has a complicated fault pattern with only partial communication between the segments. The reservoir depth is approximately 2 850 metres.
- NPD, Njord
- Aker Solutions Oil And Gas Processing References
- Aker FPSO Pusnes Offloading Systems
- Jotun FPSO References
- Serimax Europe Pipeline References
- KWsubsea Upheaval Buckling And Out Of Straightness Analysis
- Sale of offshore holdings approved
- Njord prepares for gas export
- Consolidation of its position in Norway and important discovery in Indonesia
- Damaged ballast tank on "Floatel Superior"