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  • Det Norske: Submitting the plan for development and operation for Johan Sverdrup
    édité le 13/02/2015 - Plus de news de "Aker BP" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Aker BP"

Det Norske: Submitting the plan for development and operation for Johan Sverdrup
The plan for development and operation (PDO) for Johan Sverdrup will be submitted to the Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Tord Lien.

«Johan Sverdrup is an exceptional project that denotes optimism for the Norwegian shelf. With a breakeven price of under USD 40 per barrel, it will generate great value and ensure solid cash flows for Det norske for many decades to come. This is a very important day for Det norske”, says chief executive Karl Johnny Hersvik.

Johan Sverdrup is the largest discovery on the Norwegian shelf since the 1980s, and the capital expenditures for Phase 1 have been estimated at NOK 117 billion (2015 value). The expected recoverable resources are estimated at between 1.4 and 2.4 billion barrels of oil equivalent. For the full field development, capital expenditures are projected at between NOK 170 and 220 billion (2015 value) with recoverable resources of between 1.7 and 3.0 billion barrels of oil equivalent.

The Johan Sverdrup oil field is planned to be developed in several phases, and Phase 1 consists of four bridge-linked platforms, in addition to three subsea water injection templates. The ambition is a recovery rate of 70 per cent, taking into account advanced technology for increased oil recovery (IOR) in future phases. Phase 1 has a production capacity of 315 000 to 380 000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. First oil is planned for late 2019. Fully developed, the field can produce 550 000 to 650 000 barrels of oil equivalent per day.

The partnership, consisting of Statoil, Lundin Norway, Petoro, Det norske oljeselskap and Maersk Oil, has recommended Statoil as the operator for all phases of field development and operation. Det norske has not succeeded in reaching an agreement about the unitization with the other partners. Thus, the other partners have asked the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to conclude on the final unitization of Johan Sverdrup. Until this conclusion is made, the Ministry has decided that Statoil’s recommendation be used as a basis: Statoil 40.0267 per cent, Lundin Norway 22.12 per cent, Petoro 17.84 per cent, Det norske oljeselskap 11.8933 per cent and Maersk Oil 8.12 per cent.

"For Det norske, it has always been a decisive principle that the ownership interests in Johan Sverdrup be distributed according to a combination of volume and value. When it proved impossible to reach an agreement about this with the partnership, we find ourselves in a position where we cannot sign an agreement”, says Hersvik.

In addition to the PDO, the project will also submit two Plans for Installation and Operation (PIO) for pipeline transportation and the development of power from shore solution.

About Det Norske

Det norske oljeselskap ASA (DETNOR) specialize in extracting petroleum resources on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS). We are an ambitious company with significant exploration activity. Recently we have taken part in some major discoveries, Sverdrup being the single most important. During the first quarter of 2013 we will start producing our first own oil from Jette – the company’s first development as operator. Det norske has recently submitted Plan for Development and Operation (PDO) for the Ivar Aasen field to the authorities.

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