|Owner/Operator(s):||Statoil ASA Exxon Mobile Corp. Total S.A. Centrica PLC ConocoPhillips RWE AG Petoro|
|Categories:||Offshore Field Development (Drilling-Subsea)|
|Updated:||19 Mar 2011|
The Sygna oil field is located in the north-east corner of the Statfjord area in the Norwegian North Sea.
It began producing on 1 August 2000, and will most likely remain in production until the end of 2019.
Sygna is shared between two production licences: 55 per cent lies in block 33/9 (Statfjord), and the remainder falls inside block 34/7 (Snorre). The development solution embraces a subsea template tied by a pipeline to the Statfjord C platform, which is 22 kilometres away.
Two production wells have been drilled through the template, and water will also be injected into the reservoir through an extended-reach well drilled from the Statfjord North satellite.
Total has today announced an exchange of interests with ExxonMobil in a range of producing and undeveloped North Sea assets on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.