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Subsea Oil Gas Pipelines Operated by Statoil

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Ula Transport - Oil from Ula and Gyda is piped through two 20-inch lines to Ekofisk, and on through Norpipe Oil. The Ula line began operating in 1986, with the Gyda section following in 1990.
Operator: Statoil, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Troll Oil II - This 20-inch line carries oil for 82 kilometres from Troll C to Mongstad. Began operating with a daily capacity of 315,000 barrels in November 1999.
Operator: Statoil, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Troll Oil I - This 16-inch line carries oil for 86 kilometres from Troll B to Mongstad near Bergen, reaching a depth of more than 500 metres in the Hjelte Fjord. Began operating in 1995.
Operator: Statoil, Location: Europe(North), North Sea

Sleipner Condensate - Condensate from the Sleipner fields is piped for 245 kilometres through a 20-inch line to Kårstø north of Stavanger for processing. Began operating in 1993.
Operator: Statoil, Location: Europe(North), North Sea


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