- Operator: Wintershall
- Country: Norway
- Location: North Sea
- Production start: 2010
- Partners: Bayerngas Norge AS 10.00 %, GDF SUEZ E&P Norge AS 6.00 %, Idemitsu Petroleum Norge AS 6.00 %, Petoro AS 24.00 %, Statoil Petroleum AS 54.00 %
- Type: Oil / Gas
- Estimated Reserves: Original
- 6.6 million Sm³ oil
- 14.0 billion Sm³ gas
- 2.4 million tonnes NGL
- Production Volume: Oil: 2013
- 17 000 barrels/day
- Gas: 1.37 billion Sm³
- NGL: 0.24 million tonnes.
- Vega is located directly north of the Fram field in the northern part of the North Sea.
- The water depth in the area is about 370 metres. The field comprises three separate gas and condensate deposits, 35/8-1, 35/8-2 Vega and 35/11-2 Vega Sør.
- The deposits were previously named Camilla, Belinda and Fram B
- The wellstream is sent by pipeline to Gjøa for processing. Oil and condensate are transported from Gjøa in a new pipeline tied to Troll Oljerør II for further transport to Mongstad.
- The rich gas is exported in a pipeline to Far North Liquids And Associated Gas System (Flags) Pipeline on the British continental shelf for further transport to SEGAL St Fergus Gas Processing Terminal.
- FMC Technologies: Six subsea trees, three manifolds with protection structures, related control systems and a workover system
- Aker Solutions: Gjoa tie back FEED
- 1980 - Vega Gas And Condensate Field discovered
- 2007 - FMC Technologies Chosen to Supply Subsea Systems
- 2010 - Vega comes on stream
- 2013 - Statoil reduced its stake to 24%
- 2014 - Statoil sold its remaining stake to Wintershall
- The Vega reservoirs are in Middle Jurassic sandstones in the Brent Group, with high temperature and pressure initially, and relatively low permeability. The reservoir depth is about 3 500 metres. Vega Sør contains gas and condensate with an oil zone in the upper part of the Middle Jurassic Brent Group, at a depth of 3 500 metres.
- NPD, Vega
- Vega, Statoil
- Aker Solutions Hydrate Inhibition References
- FMC Technologies Chosen to Supply Subsea Systems for Hydro's Vega and Vega South Fields
- The Vega field in the North Sea was officially opened
- Transaction to realise value and secure long-term growth on the NCS
- Transaction with Wintershall on Norwegian continental shelf now completed
- Realising value to further strengthen NCS portfolio