Trym field development plan submitted

DONG Energy and license partners Bayerngas and Faroe Petroleum have submitted the field development plan for the Norwegian oil and gas field Trym.

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK -- DONG Energy and license partners Bayerngas and Faroe Petroleum have submitted the field development plan for the Norwegian oil and gas field Trym.

Trym is situated in the Norwegian part of the North Sea and will be connected to the Danish DUC production platform Harald, via a 6-km (3.7-mi) long cross border pipeline.

The development will involve a subsea installation with two horizontal wells that will be connected to and controlled from the Harald platform. Gas from Trym will be transported onwards from Harald by pipeline to the Tyra platform in Denmark and thereafter landed in either Nybro in Denmark or Den Helder in Holland. Oil and condensate will be transported by pipeline from Harald via the Gorm field to Fredericia in Denmark.

The FDP is expected to be approved by the Norwegian authorities by Jan. 1, 2009. Field operator DONG Energy expects Trym production to begin towards the end of 2010.

10/21/2008

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