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World Oil: Equinor sees Johan Sverdrup production ramp faster than expected

OSLO – Equinor’s Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea expects to reach plateau production for the first phase in early May, earlier than anticipated. Due to higher plant capacity, plateau production will increase from around 440,000 boepd to around 470,000 boepd.

Plateau production was previously expected to be reached during the summer. At the end of March, daily production had already exceeded 430,000 boepd.

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Bloomberg: Norway Oil Coffers About to Get Giant Boost From the North Sea

Equinor ASA has started its Johan Sverdrup oil field, a rare mega-project in the North Sea that’s been a boon for Norway’s offshore industry and now promises to deliver a huge production boost for the country.

Discovered in 2010 in an area that had been disregarded by most explorers, the site started production on Saturday and is set to reach 440,000 barrels a day by next summer. That represents a 33% addition to Norway’s production in the first half of this year, a spike in output not seen since the 1980s.

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