Statoil operates the field and owns 50% ,Norsk Hydro (10%) and Mobil (40%). The other production license PL 121 is owned by Statoil (70%), Norsk Hydro (10%) and Mobil (20%).
Mikkel Deepwater Project Subsea Tieback
Oil Gas Reserves:
1 million m³ of oil, 20.4 billion m³ of gas
Mikkel Deepwater Project, StatoilHydro, - field lies in 220m of water, on Halten Bank East, which is about 40km south of Åsgard's Midgard deposit and 40km north of Draugen.
The field was discovered in 1987 and it straddles blocks 356407/5 and 6407/6 in the Norwegian Sea.
The Mikkel Deepwater Project field development by operator StatoilHydro is located 356407/5 and 6407/6 in North Sea offshore Norway
in water depths of 220m .
StatoilHydro with its partners started development of the Mikkel Deepwater Project field in 1987.
The recoverable reserves are estimated to 1 million m³ of oil, 20.4 billion m³ of gas. Number of subsea wells are 4. The production year is
with a daily production estimate of . The Mikkel Deepwater Project project is based on a Drilling Templates
subsea solution with Mikkel Deepwater Project Subsea Tieback topside solution. The development cost is in the order of with an estimated field life of years.
Check back frequently for updated subsea oil and gas project info.
Mikkel Deepwater Project information given here at the subsea oil and gas directory may contain errors, be incorrect, incomplete or not fully updated. Please
contact us or Mikkel Deepwater Project projects to enable us to correct this.