LILLE-FRIGG

Discovery year
1975
Wellbore
Status
Shut down
Licence

Operator:

Aker BP ASA

Area:

North Sea

Production start:

13.05.1994

Historical investments per 31.12.2019:

3 922 MILL NOK (nominal)

PRODUCTION FROM THE FIELD

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Status

The field was shut down in 1999 and the installation was removed in 2001.

Development

Lille-Frigg is a field in the central part of the North Sea, 16 kilometres east of the Frigg field. The water depth is 110 metres. Lille-Frigg was discovered in 1975, and the plan for development and operation (PDO) was approved in 1991. The field was developed with a subsea installation with three production wells tied-back to the Frigg field. Production started in 1994.

Reservoir

The Lille-Frigg field produced gas and condensate from sandstone of Jurassic age in the Brent Group. The reservoir lies at a depth of 3,650 metres.

Recovery

The field was produced by pressure depletion.

Transport

The well stream was transported directly to the Frigg field for processing. The gas was transported via pipeline to St Fergus in the UK. Stabilised condensate was transported via Frostpipe to the Oseberg field and onward to the Sture terminal.

ACCRUED INVESTMENTS IN NOMINAL NOK

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NPD's CURRENT RESOURCE ESTIMATES

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DISCOVERIES INCLUDED IN THE FIELD

DISCOVERY
25/2-4 Lille-Frigg

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