Roar Gas Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Maersk
  • Country: Denmark
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  • Type: Oil / Gas
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  • The Roar Field has been developed as a satellite to the Tyra Field with an unmanned wellhead platform of the STAR type, without a helideck. The production is separated into gas and liquids before being transported to Tyra East in two pipelines for further processing and subsequent export ashore.
  • A pipeline from Tyra East supplies chemicals to the Roar platform.
  • A 16” multiphase pipeline has been established from the Valdemar BA platform to Tyra East via the Roar Field, which transports the gas produced from Roar to Tyra East.


  • Technip: Gas Lift project / Pipeline Replacement
    • Fabrication and installation of a riser caisson
    • Fabrication and installation of a 8” 18-kilometer flowline between the Rolf A and Gorm E platforms



  • The Roar Field is an anticline structure created by tectonic uplift. The accumulation consists of gas containing condensate. The reservoir is only slightly fractured.


  1. Denmark, Producing Fields
  2. Technip awarded two subsea contracts for Maersk Oil in Denmark

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