ConocoPhillips submits PDO for North Sea’s Tommeliten A field

ConocoPhillips submits PDO for North Sea’s Tommeliten A field

10 Nov 2021

ConocoPhillips and its partners have submitted a plan for development and operation (PDO) of the Tommeliten A field in the North Sea to the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy and the UK Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).

Also called Tommeliten Alpha, the offshore field is estimated to see an investment of around NOK13bn (US$1.5bn) for its development.

Although Tommeliten A is mainly a Norwegian development, it extends into the UK sector. It is being developed in line with the guidelines of the British and Norwegian authorities for development of trans-boundary oil and gas fields.

ConocoPhillips and its partners are targeting first production from the North Sea field in 2024. The company, through its subsidiary ConocoPhillips Skandinavia, is the operator with a 28.13% stake.

Its main partners in the Tommeliten A field are PGNiG Upstream Norway (42.2%), TotalEnergies EP Norge (20.14%), and Vår Energi (9%). ConocoPhillips (UK), the company’s UK subsidiary, TotalEnergies UK, and ENI UK also hold stakes in the project.

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