Overview

Ørn is an HPHT gas field, discovered in 2019 that will be developed as a tieback to Skarv.

The Ørn field is a robust fault-bounded structure. The 6507/2-5 S well discovered a gas-down-to in excellent quality Garn reservoir, with permeabilities up to 1D.

Licence PL942
Wellesey 40%
Partners AkerBP 30% (op), Equinor 30%
CO2 intensity 3kg CO2/boe in 2026

Ørn top Garn reservoir depth surface

Ørn – Net Wellesley Production (kboe/d)

Ørn Production Forecast (kboe/d)

31.2 mmboe net Wellesley

Ørn mmboe net Wellesley

Development Timeline

Ørn will be developed by operator AkerBP as part of the Skarv Satellites Project, which will see four fields tied back to the AkerBP operated Skarv facility with a PDO in November 2022.

The field will be developed with two gas producers, a four-slot subsea template and dedicated flowline back to the host.

There are additional Garn fault segments adjacent to Ørn that will be tested during the development drilling campaign. These can be produced via extended reach wells drilled from the Ørn template.

2022 Factbook