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Siri Field Development

Siri was discovered in North Sea in 1995 and production from 1996 by operator StatoilHydro.
Siri, Denmark Subsea Field Development Data:
Area: North Sea
Block: 5604/20
Country: Denmark
Region: Europe(North)
Operator: StatoilHydro
Partners:
Topside Solution: Siri Fixed Platform
Subsea Solution:
Development Cost:
Oil Gas Reserves: 60 million bbls

Siri, StatoilHydro, - field is located in block 5604/20 in the north-western part of the Danish sector of the North Sea, about 220km from the coast. The field lies at a depth of 2,070m in Palaeocene sandstone and has recoverable reserves of 60 million bbls.



The Siri field development by operator StatoilHydro is located 5604/20 in North Sea offshore Denmark in water depths of 60 metres.

StatoilHydro with its partners started development of the Siri field in 1995. The recoverable reserves are estimated to 60 million bbls. Number of subsea wells are 3. The production year is 1996 with a daily production estimate of 8000 Sm3/sd. The Siri project is based on a subsea solution with Siri Fixed Platform topside solution. The development cost is in the order of with an estimated field life of years.

Siri Technical Information:
No of Wells: 3
Crude:
Water Depth: 60 metres
Design Pressure:
Design Temperature:
Field Life:
Siri Project Status:
Daily Production:    8000 Sm3/sd

Field Status:
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