Flowline issue halts output from Brynhild offshore Norway

Production from Lundin Petroleum’s Brynhild field in the Norwegian North Sea has been shut-in since the summer.

Offshore staff

STOCKHOLM, Sweden – Production from Lundin Petroleum’s Brynhild field in the Norwegian North Sea has been shut-in since the summer.

This is due to a restriction in the production flowline to the hostHaewene Brim FPSO that serves Shell’s Pierce field on the UK side of the North Sea median line.

Lundin said that specialized equipment has been ordered to clear the restriction, with the operation set to take place during the current quarter.

10/18/2017

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