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Sleipner Condensate Pipeline
- Condensate Pipeline System in North Sea



Sleipner Condensate pipeline system, operated by Statoil, runs from the Sleipner fields to Kårstø north of Stavanger with a length of 245 km in the North Sea offshore Norway.
Sleipner Condensate, North Sea Subsea Condensate Pipeline Development Data:
Area: North Sea
Region: Europe(North)
Route: from the Sleipner fields to Kårstø north of Stavanger
Start Country: Norway
End Country: Norway
Operator: Statoil
Partners: Statoil (operator), ExxonMobil, Hydro and TotalFinaElf.
Time of Start-Up: 1993
Development Cost: Unknown

Sleipner Condensate Statoil pipelines, Statoil - 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.





Sleipner Condensate Pipeline Technical Specification:
Medium: Condensate
Capacity: 200,000 barrels per day
Pressure:
Size: 20 inch in diameter
Pipe Construction:
Pipelay Vessel(s):
Sleipner Condensate Condensate Pipeline Project:

Pipeline Status: In Operation
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