Ekofisk, the biggest oil field in the Norwegian Sea

8th September 2014 - Facts
Did you know that Ekofisk is not only the biggest but also the oldest oil field in the Norwegian Sea?

Ekofisk, the oldest and biggest oil field in the Norwegian North Sea, contained approximately 129 million cubic meters of remaining recoverable reserves as of December 2012 making it also the biggest oil field in Norway.

Phillips Petroleum Company discovered the Ekofisk field in 1969 and started producing oil from the field directly to tankers through four subsea wells in 1971. The offshore oil field has since then gone through many phases of development and modernization. Ekofisk is expected to be in production until 2050.

Source: http://www.offshore-technology.com


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