DevelopmentFulla is a field in the Yggdrasil area in the central North Sea, 15 kilometres northeast of the Frigg field. The water depth is 110 metres. Fulla was discovered in 2009, and the plan for development and operation (PDO) was approved in June 2023. The plan comprises the development of Fulla and the redevelopment of the Lille-Frigg field. The development concept includes a subsea template with six slots tied-back to the Hugin A facility, located in the southern part of the Yggdrasil area. The development plan also includes a possible redevelopment of the Øst Frigg field with a new subsea template.
ReservoirThe Fulla and Lille-Frigg reservoirs contain gas and condensate in Middle Jurassic sandstone of the Brent Group, and are at depths of 3600-4000 metres. The Øst Frigg reservoir contains gas in sandstone of Eocene age in the Frigg Formation, and is at a depth of 1900 metres. The reservoirs are structurally complex with varying reservoir properties.
Recovery strategyThe field will be produced by pressure depletion.
TransportThe well stream will be routed by pipeline to the Hugin field for processing and further transport.
StatusThe field is under development. The development of Fulla is coordinated with the development of the Hugin and Munin fields in the Yggdrasil area. The production is planned to start in 2027.
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