Oseberg oil field

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Oseberg () is an offshore oil field with a gas cap in the North Sea located northwest of the city of Bergen on the southwestern coast of Norway. was discovered in 1979 and its development is known to be one of the significant milestones in emergence of Norway's independent oil and gas industry. The Oseberg field was named after Oseberg ship, one of Norway's most significant archeological discoveries. The ancient Viking ship from the early 9th century was discovered in a 1904 historical excavation of a burial mound at the Oseberg Farm, south of Oslo.

An extensive subsea pipeline network called Oseberg Transport System (OTS) transports up to from the Oseberg area to Sture terminal in Norway. The sea depth in the Oseberg area is 100 meters.The Oseberg Field Centre consists of three platforms: Oseberg A, B and D, connected to each other by bridges, in the southern part of the Oseberg field and the Oseberg C platform, which is located 14 kilometers north of the field center. The operator is Statoil, in partnership with Petoro, Total, ExxonMobil and ConocoPhillips. The field extends into blocks 30/6 and 30/9, parts of Production licenses...
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