Gaz de France 30 per cent
Petoro 30 per cent
StatoilHydro 20 per cent, Shell 12 per cent, RWE Dea 8 per cent
Gjøa Semi Submersible
Oil Gas Reserves:
82 million barrels of oil and condensate and 40 billion cubic metres of gas.
Gjøa, StatoilHydro, - Gjøa, including the Vega satellite development, is the largest project in the North Sea today.
The Gjøa field development by operator StatoilHydro is located blocks 35/9 and 36/7 in North Sea offshore Norway
in water depths of 380 meters.
StatoilHydro with its partners started development of the Gjøa field in 1989.
The recoverable reserves are estimated to 82 million barrels of oil and condensate and 40 billion cubic metres of gas.. Number of subsea wells are . The production year is
2010 with a daily production estimate of . The Gjøa project is based on a Drilling Templates
subsea solution with Gjøa Semi Submersible topside solution. The development cost is in the order of with an estimated field life of years.
No of Wells:
Oil and Gas
Gjøa Project Status:
Field Status: Under Development
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