- Operator: DONG
- Country: Denmark
- Production start: 1999
- Type: Oil
- Estimated Reserves:
- Production Volume:
- Siri and Stine segment 2 (SCA) comprise a combined wellhead, processing and accommodation platform.
- The processing facilities consist of a plant that separates the hydrocarbons produced and a plant for processing the water produced. The platform also houses equipment for co-injecting gas and water.
- Stine segment 1 (SCB) is developed as a satellite to the Siri platform and consists of two subsea installations with a production well and an injection well.
- Production from SCB is conveyed to the Siri platform for processing.
- The Siri platform also supplies injection water and lift gas to the satellite installations at SCB, Nini and Cecilie. Injection water is supplied to SCB via a branch of the water pipeline leading to Nini.
- The oil produced is piped to a 50,000 m³ storage tank on the seabed, and subsequently transferred to a tanker by means of buoy-loading facilities.
- Wilton Engineering: Fabricating large caisson clamps
- Aker Maritime: Siri Storage Tank
- 1995 - Siri Oil Field discovered
- 1999 - First production
- 2005 - Talisman acquires Paladin, getting a stake the field
- 2009 - DONG Energy decided to stop production from the Siri platform. The decision was effectuated after a routine inspection revealing cracks in a subsea structure connected to the oil storage tank below the Siri platform
- 2011 - Noreco sold its share of the field to DONG
- The Siri Field is a structural trap with a Paleocene sandstone reservoir. The accumulation consists of oil with a relatively low content of gas.
- Appendix B: Producing fields, ENS, 2008 Report
- FoundOcean Europe Subsea References
- Talisman to Acquire Paladin Resources Plc for Pounds Sterling 1,218 Million 'C$2,521 Million'
- Temporary stop of production on the Siri-platform
- Sale of Siri field completed
- Wilton Engineering Secures Major North Sea Project with Subsea 7