Eldfisk 2/7 A and 2/7 FTP on streamEdda 2/7 C on stream

Eldfisk 2/7 B on stream

person by the Norwegian Petroleum Museum
The Eldfisk 2/7 B platform, which combined drilling, production and accommodation and had a separate flare stack, began producing on 28 October 1979 and shut down in 1998.
— Eldfisk 2/7 B. Photo: Husmo Foto/Norwegian Petroleum Museum
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Separate pipelines for oil and gas arrived from 2/7 FTP and two continued over the 16 kilometres to Ekofisk 2/4 R until 1998, when they were switched to Ekofisk 2/4 J.

Oil and gas were produced from 19 wells and separated. The crude was stabilised and exported in a 24-inch pipeline, with the gas dehydrated and compressed before entering a 30-inch pipeline.

The lowest platform deck was 18 metres above sea level, and its highest point was 87 metres up.

Eldfisk 2/7 A and 2/7 FTP on streamEdda 2/7 C on stream
Published 7. October 2019   •   Updated 7. October 2019
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