30/11-7 Fulla is a discovery in the central North Sea, ten kilometres northeast of the Frigg field. The water depth is 110 metres. The discovery was proven in 2009. The reservoir contains gas and condensate in Middle Jurassic sandstone in the Ness Formation and lies at a depth of 4,000 metres. The plan is to develop Fulla as part of the Yggdrasil development (formerly NOAKA), together with other discoveries and abandoned fields in the area between the Oseberg and Alvheim fields. In December 2022, three plans for development and operation (PDO) were submitted for the Yggdrasil development, including the projects Fulla, Hugin, and Munin. The PDO for Fulla includes a subsea tie-back of the discovery to a new process platform, Hugin A, located at Frigg-GammaDelta in the southern part of the Yggdrasil area.
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