- Operator: Statoil
- Country: Norway
- Location: North Sea
- Production start: Expected 2019
- Type: Gas & Condensate
- Estimated Reserves: Recoverable reserves are estimated at 56.4 million barrels of oil equivalent
- Production Volume:
- The field formerly known as Alfa Sentral, is located 21 kilometres from the Sleipner Gas And Condensate Field.
- The Utgard development will include two wells in a standard subsea concept, with one drilling target on each side of the median line.
- Gas and condensate will be piped through a new pipeline to the Sleipner field for processing and further transportation to the market.
- The Utgard gas has a high CO2 content
- The Utgard wells are scheduled to come on stream at the end of 2019
- In the plateau phase the field will produce approximately some 7,000 Sm3 per day of oil equivalent.
- The gas will then be exported on to the Gassled pipeline system, while the unstable condensate will be transported to Kårstø for further processing and export.
- Wood Group Kenny:
- FEED support for the pipeline system
- Detailed design scope of the subsea tie-back
- Aker Solutions: engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) services for the Sleipner platform alterations
- 1982 - The field was discovered.
- 2016 - Plan for Development and Operation submitted
- The reservoir consists of Middle Jurassic sandstones in the Hugin Formation. It lies at a depth of approximately 3 700 metres and contains gas and condensate, possibly over a thin oil zone.
- The gas has a high CO2 content.
- Utgard, NPDStatoil has submitted the Plan for Development and Operation of the Utgard discovery in the North Sea
- Wood Group secures four Statoil contracts
- Aker Solutions Secures Work for Tie-In of Utgard Field to Sleipner Area
- Wood Group secures subsea tieback detailed design scope with Statoil in the North Sea