Equinor is the operator of the Krafla licence and Aker BP is the operator of the NOA and the Fulla licences.
The area consists of many licences and complex reservoirs that contains several oil and gas discoveries with total recoverable resources estimated at more than 500 million boe, with further exploration and appraisal potential identified.
The contemplated development concept for the area consists of a processing platform in the south, operated by Aker BP, and an unmanned processing platform in the north, operated by Equinor, with possibilities to several satellite platforms and tiebacks to cover the various discoveries.
The area is located between Oseberg and Alvheim in the North Sea.
The partners in the licences are Equinor ASA, Aker BP AS and LOTOS Exploration and Production Norge AS.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/11062020/equinor-and-aker-bp-reach-agreement-on-krafla-fulla-and-north-of-alvheim-development/
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