Statoil Gets Approval for New Satellite Structure on Heidrun
Statoil ASA has been given consent to start using a new satellite structure on the Heidrun field.
Heidrun is located on Haltenbanken. The field has been developed with a concrete floating tension leg platform (Heidrun TLP), and today has 20 subsea wells which are al tied in to Heidrun TLP, where 12 wells are water injectors and eight wells are oil producers.
The installation to be used belongs to Heidrun Nord and consists of a satellite well (D-5 H) which will be installed approximately 100 m northwest of the existing subsea template D, and tied in to the Heidrun installation through existing pipeline structures. The processing facility on Heidrun TLP will be used for processing of the oil.
The new satellite well is expected to be in production through 2016.
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