Svend Oil Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Maersk
  • Country: Denmark
  • Location: North Sea
  • Production start: 1982
  • Partners:
  • Type: Oil / Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
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  • Svend is a satellite development to the Tyra Field with one unmanned wellhead platform without a helideck. The hydrocarbons produced are piped to Tyra East for processing and export ashore. The Svend Field is connected to the 16" pipeline from Harald to Tyra East.


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  • 1975 - Svend Oil Field discovered
  • 1982 - First oil produced


  • The Svend Field is an anticline structure induced through salt tectonics. This led to fracturing of the chalk in the reservoir, with a major north-south fault dividing the field into a western and an eastern block. In addition, the southern reservoir of the Svend Field is situated about 250 m lower than the northern reservoir. The northern reservoir has proved to have unusually favourable production properties.


  1. Denmark, Producing Fields

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