- Operator: Statoil
- Country: Norway
- Location: North Sea
- Production start: 1979
- Partners: Centrica - 34.3%
- Type: Oil & Gas
- Estimated Reserves: Original
- 570.4 million Sm³ oil
- 77.4 billion Sm³ gas
- 23.0 million tonnes NGL
- 1.1 million Sm³ condensate
- Production Volume:
- Statfjord is an oil field straddling the border between the Norwegian and British sectors in the Tampen area. The water depth in the area is 150 metres.
- The field has been developed with three fully integrated facilities: Statfjord A, Statfjord B and Statfjord C.
- The satellite fields Statfjord Øst, Statfjord Nord and Sygna have a separate inlet separator on Statfjord C. The PDO for Statfjord Late Life was approved in June 2005.
- Stabilised oil is stored in storage cells at each facility. Oil is loaded onto tankers from one of the two oil loading systems at the field.
- From 2007, gas is exported through Tampen Link, which is routed via the Far North Liquids And Associated Gas System (Flags) Pipeline to the United Kingdom
- Previously, gas was exported via the Statpipe Gas Pipeline to Norway
- Brown & Root: Construction of Statfjord A Platform
- Kvaerner: 5 Preassemblies/Modules for Statfjord B
- Statfjord A - Living quarters construction & extension
- Statfjord B - Wireline, office, store & workshop modules
- Statfjord C - Wireline module
- Aker Kvaerner / Vetco Aibel: Statfjord Late Life, Platforms A, B & C
- Seaway Heavy Lifting: T & I for Six templates and six topside lifts for Statfjord Satellite Project
- SBM Offshore: Statfjord 'C' – Single Point Mooring System
- 1979 - Statfjord A came on stream
- 1982 - Statfjord B came on stream
- 1985 - Statfjord C came on stream
- 2004 - Statoil has awarded Aker Kvaerner a contract for studies relating to its planned Statfjord late life project
- 2005 - The PDO for Statfjord Late Life was approved
- 2005 - Centrica acquires 4.84% from BP
- 2010 - Centrica acquires an extra 9.44% of the field from Shell
- 2012 - Centrica acquires an extra 15.17% of the field from ConocoPhillips
- The Statfjord reservoirs lie at a depth of 2 500 - 3 000 metres in a large fault block tilted towards the west, and in a number of smaller fault compartments along the east flank.
- The reservoirs are in Jurassic sandstones in the Brent Group and the Cook and Statfjord Formations. The Brent Group and Statfjord Formation have excellent reservoir quality.
- FoundOcean Europe Subsea References
- Seaway Heavy Lifting Oil And Gas References
- Emtunga Offshore Platform References
- Kvaerner Topsides References
- Aker Kvaerner studies for Statfjord
- Centrica reaches agreement to double its interest in North Sea field
- Centrica doubles equity interest in Statfjord field
- Centrica to increase its stake in North Sea Statfjord field to 34 percent