Solutions for continued operationRemote monitoring of 2/4 D

New PDO

person by the Norwegian Petroleum Museum
Phillips submitted a plan for development and operation (PDO) of the Ekofisk II project to the government. It was expected to cost NOK 20 billion in 1994 value.
— Ekofisk II, plan for development and operation (PDO)
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The proposal was to build two new facilities – wellhead platform Ekofisk 2/4 X and process centre 2/4 J ­– with the capacity to handle the plateau production envisaged from 1998.

This meant these installations were designed to deal with a daily output of 220 000 barrels of oil and 750 million cubic feet of gas.

That contrasted with 260 000 barrels and a billion cubic feet for the former facilities. But a number of the small fields in the Greater Ekofisk Area were expected to cease production.

Solutions for continued operationRemote monitoring of 2/4 D
Published 24. June 2019   •   Updated 27. September 2019
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