Laggan–Tormore Line II is a 140km-long deepwater, onshore, shallow water pipeline project operated by TotalEnergies. This gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 18 inches, starts at West Shetland (the UK) and ends in North Sea (the UK).

The Laggan–Tormore Line II project started operations in 2016 and is owned by TotalEnergies, Orsted, and SSE.

The Laggan–Tormore Line II project is associated with the 234km Shetland Island Regional Gas Export System, 208km East of Shetland and 188km West Of Shetland.

About TotalEnergies

TotalEnergies SE (TotalEnergies), formerly Total SE, is an integrated global multi-energy company which generates energy from natural gas and green gases, oil and biofuels, renewables. It carries out drilling, oil and gas production, processing, transportation, refining and petrochemical production, storage and distribution of petroleum products and specialty chemicals. It conducts power generation and gas trading and operates in the renewable energy sector. TotalEnergies supplies feedstock to chemical plants, charters ships and undertakes trading on various derivative markets. The company serves consumers in transportation, automotive, aerospace, energy, housing and manufacturing industries. It has operations in Asia-Pacific, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and North and South America. TotalEnergies is headquartered in Paris, Ile de France, France.


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