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Aker BP announce production from Hanz in the North Sea

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Aker has announced that production has started from Hanz in the North Sea. Hanz is operated by Aker BP, with Equinor and Sval Energy as partners.

Hanz is a subsea field development tied into the Ivar Aasen platform about fifteen kilometres further south.

Total investments are estimated at close to NOK 5 billion and total reserves are around 20 million boe.

“This is yet another great example of what we can achieve working as one team with our suppliers towards a common goal and with shared incentives. In addition, innovative solutions with reuse of infrastructure and use of cross-flow well have contributed to lower costs and lower emissions,” says Aker BP CEO, Karl Johnny Hersvik.

“Development of the Hanz discovery is important for the development of the Ivar Aasen area. Production start from Hanz in 2024 will help us maintain good production from the Ivar Aasen platform,” Hersvik adds.

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