Vega Gas And Condensate Field

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Summary Information

  • 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.


  1. NPD, Vega
  2. Vega, Statoil
  3. Aker Solutions Hydrate Inhibition References
  4. FMC Technologies Chosen to Supply Subsea Systems for Hydro's Vega and Vega South Fields
  5. The Vega field in the North Sea was officially opened
  6. Transaction to realise value and secure long-term growth on the NCS
  7. Transaction with Wintershall on Norwegian continental shelf now completed
  8. Realising value to further strengthen NCS portfolio

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