The preferred host is the Equinor-operated Oseberg field center, which would provide/house production processing, gas lift support and subsea controls.
According to a presentation by DNO, the construction scope for the topsides modifications would be relatively modest. It is targeting production of 22,000 boe/d.
The project remains on track for sanction during 2022.
Elsewhere in the Norwegian sector, DNO has exited the Fogelberg discovery license and shelved the Trym South development project.
However, it continues to evaluate planned developments of the Iris/Hades, Orion/Syrah and Gjøk discoveries, all of which could go forward for project sanction next year.
During 3Q, the company completed P&A of three wells at the decommissioned Oselvar field and continued decommissioning at the Schooner and Ketch gas fields in the UK southern North Sea.