Operator for Heidrun: Equinor
Operator for Dvalin: Wintershall Dea
Field: Heidrun and Dvalin
Start-up: Q2, 2020
Other info: The development solution/concept for Dvalin is to connect the well stream to Heidrun TLP for processing. Condensate will go to Heidrun B, and gas will be sent via Polarled to Nyhamna.
Dvalin is a field in the central part of the Norwegian Sea and consists of two separate structures, Dvalin East and Dvalin West. Dvalin East was proven in 2010 and is located 15 kilometres northwest of the Heidrun field. The water depth is 344 metres. Dvalin West was proven in 2012 and is located 3.5 kilometres west of Dvalin East. The water depth is 400 metres. The plan for development and production (PDO) was approved in March 2017. The development concept is a subsea template with four gas producers tied-back to the Heidrun platform.
The field is currently under development. Production is planned to start in late 2020.
Heidrun is a field on Haltenbanken in the Norwegian Sea, 30 kilometres northeast of the Åsgard field. The water depth is 350 metres. Heidrun was discovered in 1985, and the plan for development and operation (PDO) was approved in 1991. The field has been developed with a floating concrete tension-leg platform, installed over a subsea template with 56 well slots. Production started in 1995. The PDO for the Heidrun northern flank was approved in 2000. The northern part of the field is developed with subsea facilities.