Johan Sverdrup


Lundin Energy Targets Carbon-neutral Oil from Johan Sverdrup

Lundin Energy AB will neutralize its share of direct emissions from the Johan Sverdrup offshore field in Norway, a first for a major oil facility. The Stockholm-based company will buy offsets from projects that absorb greenhouses gases, such as reforestation, to cancel the emissions from about 100,000 barrels a day of crude, Nick Walker, Lundin’s president and chief executive, said in an interview.
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Johan Sverdrup partners raise expected production capacity

Equinor ASA and its Johan Sverdrup partners have raised the field's expected full-field gross production capacity. Once Phase 2 is on stream—anticipated by fourth-quarter 2022—capacity of 755,000 b/d of oil is expected. Execution of Phase 2 has proceeded with jacket installation offshore and full assembly of the second processing platform...

Aker Solutions delivers fourth Johan Sverdrup jacket

Oilfield services provider Aker Solutions has delivered yet another steel substructure for the largest industrial project ever in Norway, Equinor’s Johan Sverdrup field. Previously, the company has delivered three platform jackets for phase 1. With this jacket for phase 2 of the project, four out of a total of five jackets have been built and delivered from Aker Solutions’ yard in Verdal, the company said in a statement on Tuesday.

Norway's Johan Sverdrup oil output to reach 535,000 b/d by mid-year: Lundin

Sverdrup output already at 500,000 b/d, phase 2 project on track. Lundin considering nine projects under temporary tax break. London — Norway's new Johan Sverdrup flagship oil field should reach output rates of 535,000 b/d from the middle of this year, ahead of second-phase production coming on stream in the fourth quarter 2022, field partner Lundin Energy said Jan. 28.
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Johan Sverdrup partners let contract to Aker Solutions

Equinor and its Johan Sverdrup license partners have let a contract to Aker Solutions for hook-up of the fifth platform on Johan Sverdrup field oil field in the Norwegian North Sea. At peak the contract will provide jobs for around 1,300 people and have a value of up to 500 million kroner, the operator said Dec. 16.