DevelopmentOda is a field in the southern part of the Norwegian sector in the North Sea, 13 kilometres east of the Ula field. The water depth in the area is 65 metres. Oda was discovered in 2011, and the plan for development and operation (PDO) was approved in 2017. Oda is developed with a subsea facility including two production wells tied-back to the Ula field and one injection well for pressure support. Production started in 2019.
ReservoirOda produces oil from sandstone of Late Jurassic age. The main reservoir is in the Ula Formation at a depth of 2,900 metres. The reservoir is steeply dipping and has good quality.
Recovery strategyThe field is produced by pressure support from seawater injection.
TransportThe well stream is transported by pipeline to the Ula field for processing. The oil is exported to Ekofisk and then onward in Norpipe to the Teesside terminal in the UK, while the gas is sold to Ula for injection into the reservoir to increase oil recovery from the Ula field.
StatusProduction from Oda started in March 2019.
ACCRUED INVESTMENTS IN NOMINAL NOK
Source: The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate
DISCOVERIES INCLUDED IN THE FIELD
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