Heidrun oil field

Heidrun Oil Field

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The Heidrun oil field is an oil and gas field discovered in 1985 in the Norwegian sector of the Norwegian Sea, named after the goat Heiðrún from Norse mythology.

The field lies West of Kristiansund. It has produced oil and gas since October 1995, and had a production of of oil and 650 thousand cubic meter of natural gas per day in 2004. Its production in 2006 was estimated at 3 million cubic meter of natural gas and of oil a day. The crude oil is characterized as being naphthenic with 25.0 API (0.9043 g/cm3), 0.52% sulfur and a high 2.90 TAN (Total Acid Number).

The Heidrun field is located on Haltenbanken in the Norwegian Sea. The sea depth in the area is . The field has been developed with a floating concrete tension leg platform, installed over a subsea template with 56 well slots. The northern part of the field is developed with subsea facilities.

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