Gassco: Test On Troll A, Repaired Compressor in N.Sea to Run Later in Feb
OSLO, Feb 5 (Reuters) – Production capacity at Norway's biggest gas field, Troll, may be up by 20 million cubic metres per day during Feb. 12-20 while operator Statoil runs tests on a repaired compressor, gas pipeline operator Gassco said on Wednesday.
The test was earlier due to run on Feb. 7-15.
The Troll A platform has seen reduced production capacity since January last year due to a defective compressor, reducing gas production capacity by 34 mcm per day.
(Reporting by Gwladys Fouche, editing by Terje Solsvik)
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