- Source: Sleipner area of the North Sea, Norway
- Destination: Zeebrugge, Belgium
- Ownership: Gassco
- Website: http://www.gassco.no/
- Length: 814 kilometres ( miles)
- Capacity: 41.9 Mscm per day
- Status: Operating
- Phase I embraces a pipeline with an internal diameter of 40 inches, running for 814 kilometres from the Sleipner area of the North Sea to a receiving terminal at Zeebrugge in Belgium.
- In addition comes a 30-kilometre line with an internal diameter of 30 inches from the Sleipner area to the Draupner S platform. This first phase of Zeepipe became operational on 1 October 1993.
- Phase II embraces the 40-inch Zeepipe IIA pipeline, running 303 kilometres from the Kollsnes Gas Processing Plant near Bergen to the Sleipner area, and the 40-inch Zeepipe IIB line which runs for 304 kilometres from Kollsnes to Draupner E.
- Saipem: Transport and Installation of Phases 1&2
- McDermott - ETPM: Installation of Zeepipe II B line
- Seaway Heavy Lifting: T & I Template for Zeepipe pipeline Tie-ins
- 1993 - This first phase of Zeepipe became operational
- 1996 - Gas deliveries from Troll Oil and Gas Field began
- 2004 - Decision taken to expand capacity in the Zeepipe IIB and IIA pipelines
- Gassco, Zeepipe
- Seaway Heavy Lifting Europe Oil And Gas References
- FoundOcean Subsea References
- Saipem Europe Pipeline References
- Serimax Europe Pipeline References
- Global Maritime Pipeline References
- Statoil Contract Awarded To J. Ray Mcdermott Joint Venture
- Zeepipe export capacity boosted