- Operator: Statoil
- Country: Norway
- Location: North Sea
- Production start: 1994
- Partners: ExxonMobil - 10.50 %, Idemitsu - 9.60 %, Petoro - 30.00 %, RWE Dea - 2.80 %, Statoil - 41.50 %, Total - 5.60 %
- Type: Oil / Gas
- Estimated Reserves: Original
- 61.5 million Sm³ oil
- 4.7 billion Sm³ gas
- 1.8 million tonnes NGL
- Production Volume: 2012
- Oil: 14 000 barrels/day
- Gas: 0.07 billion Sm³
- NGL: 0.03 million tonnes.
- Tordis is an oil field located between the Snorre and Gullfaks fields in the Tampen area in the northern part of the North Sea. The water depth in the area is approximately 200 metres.
- The field has been developed with a central subsea manifold tied back to Gullfaks C.
- Seven separate satellite wells and two subsea templates are tied back to the manifold.
- In addition, a subsea separator was installed at the field in 2007.
- Injection water is transported by pipeline from Gullfaks C.
- Tordis comprises four deposits: Tordis, Tordis Øst, Borg and 34/7-25 S.
- Jotun: Painting Troll A - Jacket, Deck, Heli-deck, Topside
- 1987 - Tordis Oil Field discovered
- 1991 - Development permission granted
- 1994 - First oil
- The reservoirs in Tordis and Tordis Øst consist of Middle Jurassic sandstones of the Brent Group. The reservoir in Borg consists of Upper Jurassic sandstones in the intra-Draupne Formation, and the reservoir in 34/7-25 S consists of sandstones of the Brent Group and sandstones of Late Jurassic age. The Tordis reservoirs lie at a depth of 2 000 - 2 500 metres.
- Tordis, NPD
- Jotun Platform References
- FMC Technologies to Provide Subsea Separation and Boosting System for Statoil's Tordis Field