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Skarv and Idun Offshore Fields, North Sea, Norway

Field Proximity

Norne field (35km to the north), Heidrun (45km to the south)

Production Licences

PL212, PL262 and PL159

Water Depths

350m and 450m

PDO

2007

Start-Up

31st December 2012

Recoverable Reserves

Eight million cubic metres of oil and condensate

Front-End Engineering

Aker Kvaerner

Wells

15 to 16 subsea wells

Development Strategy

Oil – FPSO<br />Gas – 80km export pipeline to &#197;sgard

Subsea Trees

VetcoGray

Pipeline

Subsea 7

Flowlines

35km of 12in and 10in-diameter clad production flowlines<br />7km of 10in-diameter carbon steel gas injection flowlines

Heating

Direct Electrical Heating (DEH) cable on the 13km Idun

Pipelay

Early 2010

Hull Contractor

Samsung Heavy Industries

Length

292m

Breadth

50.6m

Depth

29m

Weight

40,600t

Accommodation

100 persons

Topsides Contractor

Samsung

Total Weight

16,000t of topside systems

Main Modules

6

Total Weight

16,000t of topside systems

Individual Weight

2,500t

Type

Oil (20&#37;) and gas (80&#37;) field

Discovered and Proven

1998

Licensees

Sub-blocks 6507/5 &amp; 6507/6, 6507/3, 6507/2

Operator

BP

Equity

BP (30&#37;)<br />Statoil (30&#37;)<br />Norske Shell (25&#37;)<br />ExxonMobil (15&#37;)

Type

Gas

Discovery

1999

Location

PL159 (blocks 6507/3-3)

Licensees

Statoil (50&#37;)<br />Norske Shell (40&#37;)<br />Norsk Hydro (10&#37;)

Equity

BP (23.835&#37;)<br />Statoil (34.11&#37;)<br />Shell (28.0825&#37;)<br />ExxonMobil (11.9175&#37;)<br />Hydro (2.0550&#37;)
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