Tyrihans Oil And Gas Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Statoil
  • Country: Norway
  • Location: Norwegian Sea
  • Production start: 2009
  • Partners: Total, Exxon, Eni
  • Type: Oil & Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:

Description

  • The Tyrihans field is located in the Norwegian Sea in water depths of 984 feet (300 meters)
  • The field comprises Tyrihans South, an oil field with a gas cap, and Tyrihans North, a gas and condensate discovery with a thin oil zone.
  • It utilises subsea templates and is tied back to Kristin Gas And Condensate Field

Contractors

  • Stolt Offshore: Installation of a 16”/18” diameter production pipeline, 43 km in length from the Tyrihans field to the Kristin platform, together with a 10” gas injection pipeline, 42 km in length from Åsgard B to the Tyrihans field
  • FMC Technologies:
    • Supply of two subsea trees and three choke modules

History

  • 1982 - Tyrihans Oil And Gas Field discovered
  • 2006 - Stolt Offshore awarded pipeline contract
  • 2009 - Tyrihans Oil And Gas Field came onstream
  • 2012 - FMC Technologies Receives $39 Million Subsea Equipment Order
  • 2013 - FMC Technologies Receives $47 Million Subsea Equipment Order

Geology

  • Tyrihans Sør has an oil column with a condensate-rich gas cap.
  • Tyrihans Nord contains gas condensate with an underlying oil zone.
  • The Garn Formation of Middle Jurassic age constitutes the main reservoir in both deposits and lies at about 3 500 metres.
  • The reservoir is homogenous and the quality is good.

Links

  1. Serimax Europe Pipeline References
  2. Stolt Offshore S.A. Receives Letter of Intent for Tyrihans Development Project Valued at ca. $90 million
  3. Tyrihans on stream
  4. FMC Technologies Receives $39 Million Subsea Equipment Order for Statoil's Tyrihans Field
  5. FMC Technologies Receives $47 Million Subsea Equipment Order for Statoil's Tyrihans Field

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