Oil & Gas' activities are focused in the waters around Denmark, Norway and the UK (West of Shetland area).
DONG Energy holds a strong position in Denmark through production of oil from the Siri-area (including the Nini, Nini East and Cecilie fields) and the South Arne area (including the Lulita field). Nini East was put in production at the beginning of 2010 and DONG Energy estimates that there is still potential in the area around the Siri field.
DONG Energy is active in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea and in the Norwegian Sea. The majority of DONG Energy's production comes from the Norwegian gas field Ormen Lange, of which DONG Energy owns a 14% share.
There are 17 wells in production in the field and the field is expected to produce gas for many years to come.
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The West of Shetland area is DONG Energy’s focus area for oil and gas activities in the United Kingdom.
Production from the Laggan-Tormore fields started early 2016.The development of the Laggan-Tormore fields also comprise a transport system for the gas to Scotland via the Shetland Islands. This transport system now provides an opportunity for existing and future discoveries in the area.
Together with Total, who is the operator, we develop the gas fields Glenlivet and Edradour.
The fields will be in production expectedly in 2017 and will be connected to the Laggan-Tormore infrastructure.
Producing oil fields: Cecilie (Danish) Lulita (Danish) Nini (Danish) Siri (Danish)
Producing gas fields: Marulk (Norwegian)Alve (Norwegian) Ormen Lange (Norwegian)Laggan-Tomore (UK)
Producing oil and gas fields: Syd Arne (Danish)
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