The Huldra gas field is located in the northern North Sea, about 28 km north of Oseberg and 16 km northwest of Veslefrikk.
The field is developed with a normally unmanned wellhead facility with a simple process facility remote controlled from Veslefrikk. The rich gas is transported in a 145-km long pipeline to Heimdal for processing.
The condensate is routed via pipeline to Veslefrikk B for processing and further transport to the terminal at Sture, through the Oseberg Transport System.
Without investments in new equipment, production on Huldra will cease in 2007. Installation of a new compressor could extend production to 2011 - 2012.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway granted Statoil consent to use the tail production facilities on March 16, 2007.
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