Gas processing centre

Non-operated, 28.798% interest

Heimdal is a field in the central part of the North Sea. Heimdal was discovered in 1972, and the plan for development and operation (PDO) was approved in 1981. The field was developed with an integrated drilling, production and accommodation facility with a steel jacket and production started in 1985.

Most of the Heimdal wells were permanently plugged in 2015 and production stopped in 2020. Heimdal is now used as a gas processing centre for tied-in fields until 2023. A decommissioning plan for Heimdal was submitted in 2020. Work is ongoing to prepare for cease of gas processing at the Heimdal platform.