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Eni’s activities in Norway are mainly focused in the Upstream sector.

Norway

Eni’s activities in Norway are mainly focused in the Upstream sector.

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Activities

  • Exploration

    Exploration activities yielded positive results with the Cape Vulture oil and gas discovery in the PL128/128D license (Eni’s interest 11.5%) nearby the production facilities of the Norne field. In july 2017 Eni has also made a new discovery in the PL 532 license, southwest of the Johan Castberg field, in the Kayak prospect of the Barents Sea.

  • Production

    In the Barents Sea operations have been focused on the Goliat production field (Eni operator with a 65% interest). In 2017, Goliat produced 28 kboe/d or 22% of Eni’s production in Norway. In the Norwegian Sea the principal producing fields are Åsgard (Eni’s interest 14.82%), Kristin (Eni’s interest 8.25%), Heidrun (Eni’s interest 5.17%), Mikkel (Eni’s interest 14.9%), Tyrihans (Eni’s interest 6.2%), Marulk (Eni operator with a 20% interest) and Morvin (Eni’s interest 30%) which in 2017 accounted for 57% of Eni’s production in Norway. The main producing field in the Norwegian section of the North Sea is the Great Ekofisk Area (Eni’s interest 12.39%) in PL 018, which includes the Ekofisk and Eldfisk and Embla satellites fields. In 2017, the Great Ekofisk Area produced approximately 23 kboe/d net to Eni and accounted for approximately 18% of Eni’s production in Norway.

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Offices and contacts
Exploration & Production
Eni Norge AS
P.O. Box 101 Forus
NO-4064 Stavanger

Vestre Svanholmen 12
NO-4313 Sandnes
Tel. (0047) 52 874800

G&P: Gas Sales 2017 (with United Kingdom)

  • Direct Sales (bcm) 2.21
Source: eni.com

Eni in Norway

  • Commencement of operations 1965
  • Employees until December 31, 2017 417

E&P: 2017 Production

  • Hydrocarbons (kboe/d) 129
  • Liquids (kbbl/d) 81
  • Natural gas (mmcf/d) 265.4
Source: eni.com

Projects

  • Goliat

    In an area free of ice, off the coast of Norway, Eni started production at Goliat, the first oil field to begin production in the Barents Sea. Goliat is being developed using the largest and the world’s most sophisticated floating production and cylindrical storage unit.

Goliat: production start-up

In an ice-free zone, off the coast of Norway, Eni begins production at Goliat: the first oil reservoir to enter production in the Barents Sea.

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Europe’s oil capital

Stavanger is Europe's oil and energy capital, home to Statoil's headquarters and nearly 300 energy service companies plus several petroleum-related government departments. Stavanger was also the 2008 European Cultural capital. Nicholas Newman explains how energy resources and culture mix together and what is the oil and gas royalties ...

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Goliat, the mega oil platform ENI

In a ice-free area in the Barents Sea off Norway, Eni starts production of Goliat: the first oil field to start production in the Barents Sea. Goliat was developed through FPSO the largest and most sophisticated floating cylindrical production and storage vessel in the world. The Unit has a capacity ...

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Goliat: the giant of the seas

Goliat: the giant of the seas

Il lungo viaggio della piattaforma Goliat, dalla Corea alla Norvegia. Goliat's long journey, from Corea to Norway.

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Goliat, the Giant - IV The Start of Production | Eni Video Channel

The first oil field to start production in the Barents Sea, located within Production License 229, in an ice-free area in the Barents Sea off Norway.

Eni’s sustainability projects in Norway

Sustainability is a key element of Eni’s presence in Norway.

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