Marulk field starts flow offshore Norway

By OGJ editors

Production has begun from Marulk natural gas and condensate field offshore Norway (OGJ Online, Aug. 10, 2010).

Eni, the operator with a 20% interest, said production will reach 20,000 boed from reserves of 74.7 million boe in Cretaceous Lysing and Lange sandstones at about 2,800 m. The field is in 370 m of water 80 km from the coast.

Development is via two production wells completed subsea and tied back to the floating production, storage, and offloading vessel on Norne oil field about 25 km northeast.

Other interests are Statoil 50% and DONG E&P Norge 30%.

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