- Operator: BP
- Country: Norway
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- Type: Oil / Gas
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- Tambar is an oil field located southeast of the Ula field in the southern part of the North Sea. The water depth in the area is 68 metres.
- Its simple development solution consists of a normally unmanned wellhead facility with remote control from and processing on Ula
- The oil is transported to Ula through a pipeline
- From there it is transported on the Norpipe Crude Oil Pipeline to Teesside via Ekofisk
- Gas is injected in the Ula reservoir to improve oil recovery
- Technip: Engineering, fabrication, installation and pre-commissioning of the flowline, tie-ins and sub sea equipment protection work
- 1983 - Tambar Oil And Gas Field discovered
- 2001 - The Tambar oil field started producing
- The reservoir consists of Upper Jurassic sandstones of the Ula Formation, deposited in a shallow marine environment. The reservoir lies at a depth of 4 100 - 4 200 metres and the reservoir characteristics are generally very good.
- NPD, Tambar
- BP Norge AS (BP) has received consent to carry out major modifications on the Tambar field.
- Technip awarded contract by BP Norge for Tambar production pipeline Phase 2