Maersk requests expansion of North Sea Tyra SE facilities

Offshore staff

COPENHAGEN, Denmark – Mærsk Oil and Gas has submitted a plan to the Danish Energy Agency for further development of the Tyra Southeast oil and gas field.

The company is looking to install a new four-legged, 16-slot wellhead platform, bridge-linked to the existing TSEA platform in the Danish North Sea.

Lift gas for old and new wells would be supplied through a new pipeline from Tyra East, and a new combined power and communication cable would be routed along the new pipeline.

Maersk estimates total investments of around DKK 4.7 billion ($803 million), including 12 new production wells, designed to deliver roughly 4.6 billion Nm3 gas and 3.3 MMcm of oil.


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