Gudrun

HPHT oil and gas field in the North Sea with part-processing capability, tied in to Sleipner infrastructure.

Partner-operated

Production

Oil and gas

Country

Norway

Interest

25%

Field facts

Gudrun is a high-pressure, high-temperature (HPHT) field developed by a steel platform resting on the seabed at a water depth of 110 metres. It has seven production wells that extract oil and gas from an HPHT reservoir.

Produced oil and gas is part-processed locally then sent 50 km via pipeline to the Sleipner A platform for second-stage processing and CO2 removal. Dry gas and condensate are exported to onshore terminals at Gassled and Kårstø.

Infill drilling, water injection and near-field exploration are among several current initiatives that aim to increase production and extend the field’s life.

First oil 2014

Partners

Neptune Energy (25%), Equinor Energy (36%), OMV Norge (24%), Repsol Norge (15%).