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Consent for disposal of facilities on the Ekofisk field

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The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) has given its consent for ConocoPhillips Skandinavia AS (ConocoPhillips) to dispose of the Ekofisk 2/4 H, Ekofisk 2/4 A, Ekofisk 2/4 FTP and Ekofisk 2/4 Q facilities in the North Sea.

That follows an application from the company for consent to remove these four structures.

This consent is given pursuant to section 25(4) d) of the management regulations, in part on the basis of the documentation submitted in connection with the application and with the preconditions and commitments that this represents, but on the following terms.

ConocoPhillips Skandinavia AS must ensure that all work on the facilities in connection with removal activities on Eko2/4 A, 2/4 H, 2/4 Q and 2/4 FTP is planned and will be carried out in accordance with the Norwegian Petroleum and Working Environment Acts with subordinate HSE regulations, including the requirements on working time, see section 7 of the framework regulations on responsibilities pursuant to these regulations.

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