Skuld Oil And Gas Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Statoil
  • Country: Norway
  • Location: Norwegian Sea
  • Production start: 2013
  • Partners: ENI, Petoro
  • Type: Oil / Gas
  • Estimated Reserves: Recoverable reserves are estimated at 90 million barrels of oil equivalent
  • Production Volume:


  • Skuld is located in the Norwegian Sea, north of Norne, at a water depth of about 340 metres and consists of the two oil deposits 6608/10-12 Dompap and 6608/10-14 S Fosskall, which are located 26 and 16 kilometres, respectively, north of the Norne vessel.
  • Skuld is being developed as a tie back to the Norne PSV


  • Aibel: Making the required upgrades to Norne in order for the vessel to receive oil and gas from the Skuld field
  • DeepOcean: Installation of subsea X-Mas tree
  • Nexans: Design and manufacture the direct electrical heating (DEH) system for the subsea pipelines


  • 2012 - Skuld gets go-ahead from the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy
  • 2013 - Skuld has started production


  • The reservoirs consist of Lower to Middle Jurassic sandstones of the Åre, Tofte and Ile Formations at a depth of 2 400–2 600 metres.


  1. Skuld gets go-ahead
  2. DeepOcean set new milestone in IMR work. Install subsea X-Mas tree from specialised IMR vessel Edda Fauna
  3. Nexans wins a 20 million euro DEH system contract for Statoil’s new Fossekall Dompap oil and gas field on the Norwegian Continental Shelf
  4. The Skuld contract grows for Aibel
  5. Skuld has started production

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