StatoilHydro receives Tyrihans, Kristin, Åsgard B consent

The Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority has given StatoilHydro consent for the use of the Tyrihans subsea facility as well as new processing equipment on Kristin and Åsgard B.

Offshore staff

STAVANGER -- The Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority has given StatoilHydro consent for the use of the Tyrihans subsea facility as well as new processing equipment on Kristin and Åsgard B.

Start-up of the first production well at Kristin, as well as gas injection from Åsgard B, is planned for July. The gas injection is planned to last until 2015. Injection of sea water will begin in 2010 and last until 2016.

05/26/2009

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