- Operator: Statoil
- Country: Norway
- Location: Norwegian Continental Shelf
- Production start: 2015
- Partners: Statoil (operator – 64.275%), Petoro (30%), Enterprise Oil Norge (3.225%) and Total (2.5%).
- Type: Gas & Condensate
- Estimated Reserves: The field contains some 206 million barrels of oil equivalent
- Production Volume: Expected peak production is 68,000 boe per day
- A gas and condensate field between Kvitebjørn and Gullfaks South in the Norwegian North Sea, about 160 kilometres west of Bergen
- The recoverable reserves are estimated at 206 million barrels of oil equivalents – including 26 billion cubic metres of gas, five million cubic metres of condensate and one million cubic metres of natural gas liquids (NGL).
- The appraisal well on Valemon was drilled from the Statoil-operated Kvitebjørn platform. With a total length of 7,380 metres this well is the longest high pressure/high temperature (HPHT) well ever drilled by the group.
- Gas from Valemon will be transported via the existing pipeline from Huldra to Heimdal, a hub which enables the gas to be exported to European markets
- The approximately 9,200 tonnes Valemon jacket is approximately 157 meters tall with a footprint of 45 x 45 meters and a top of 26 x 30 meters.
- Samsung Heavy Industries: Construction of production platform
- Wood Group Mustang: Detailed engineering support for the topsides, in addition to delivery of the flare boom and providing hook-up and commissioning assistance
- Heerema: Valemon Jacket,
- Technip: Detailed design, procurement engineering and follow-on engineering support for the Valemon fixed platform topsides
- Aibel: Topsides FEED
- Mercon: Construction of 8 storey high Living Quarter.
- Saipem: Topsides and Flare
- 2006 - Valemon discovered
- 2008 - Alliance Engineering chosen to Conduct Platform Concept Study
- 2010 - The plan for development and operation of the Valemon gas and condensate field was approved by the Norwegian parliament
- 2010 - Heerema awarded contract for the jacket
- 2011 - Technip awarded Offshore services contract
- 2012 - Mercon awarded living quarters contract
- 2014 - Oil and gas discovered at Valemon Nord
- 2015 - First production
- The deposit has a complex structure with several faults. The reservoirs consist of Middle Jurassic sandstones in the Brent Group and Lower Jurassic sandstones in the Cook Formation. The reservoirs lie at a depth of approximately 4 000 metres, with high pressure and temperature.
- Saipem Fixed Offshore Production Facilities Project References
- Valemon, NPD
- Technip awarded Offshore services contract in the Norwegian North Sea
- StatoilHydro ASA awards the Valemon Topsides FEED contract to Aibel AS
- Statoil increases Valemon equity
- Finds on Valemon and Morvin
- Valemon Map
- Alliance Engineering to Conduct Platform Concept Study For StatoilHydro’s Valemon Field
- Statoil all set to develop Valemon
- Heerema Fabrication Group awarded Statoil Valemon Jacket LOI
- Mercon builds 8 storey high Living Quarter
- Gas and oil discovery in the Valemon area
- Valemon installed
- Valemon on stream
- Wood Group Mustang Norway completes hook-up of Valemon platform on Norwegian continental shelf on schedule
- Valemon officially opened