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  • Nine Aker BP-operated field development plans approved
    édité le 28/06/2023 - Plus de news de "Aker BP" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Aker BP"


Nine Aker BP-operated field development plans approved
The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (MPE) has approved a total of nine plans for development and operation (PDOs) and one plan for installation and operation (PIO), all operated by Aker BP.

All of the development plans were submitted to the MPE in December last year. Further details about the PDO approvals for each of the development projects:

   - Approved development plans for Skarv Satellite Projects (SSP)
   - Approved development plans for Symra and Solveig Phase 2
   - Aker BP’s major projects approved by Stortinget – Yggdrasil and Valhall PWP-Fenris

The total recoverable resources from these development projects are estimated to above 700 million barrels of oil equivalent (mmboe) net for Aker BP, with an average break-even price of USD 35-40 per barrel.

Along with several measures to increase efficiency and recovery, these development projects will enable Aker BP’s oil and gas production to grow from around 400,000 barrels per day in 2022 to around 525,000 barrels in 2028.

Aker BP’s operated development projects are expected to contribute to more than 150,000 full-time equivalents in Norway in supplier companies across the country. In addition to ensuring activity and jobs, the projects contribute to developing technological expertise in the Norwegian industry in the period before renewable projects are expected to increase in scale.

With an average oil price of USD 65 per barrel, these development projects will generate net tax payments to the Norwegian state totalling NOK 160 billion in real terms, and thus make an important contribution to financing welfare schemes and strengthen the state’s ability to support the energy transition.

PS: On 16 December 2022, Aker BP and its partners submitted in total ten PDOs to the MPE. In March this year, Aker BP notified the MPD that the company discontinued the Troldhaugen project in the Edvard Grieg area.

About Aker BP

Aker BP (OSE: AKRBP) (OTCQX: AKRBF; AKRBY) is a company engaged in exploration, field development and production of oil and gas on the Norwegian continental shelf. The company operates six field centres: Alvheim, Ivar Aasen, Skarv, Edvard Grieg, Ula and Valhall, and is a partner in the Johan Sverdrup licence. Aker BP’s shares are traded on Oslo Børs (AKRBP).

Aker BP is one of the largest independent oil companies in Europe with a production of more than 400,000 barrels oil equivalent per day. Aker BP is a global E&P leader in low CO2 emissions and seeks to offset its non-abated Scope 1 and 2 emissions to become Net Zero across operations by 2030.


Origine : Communiqué Aker BP

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