Report summaryDenmark is a mature hydrocarbon province and its production is in decline. Its total reserves are small in comparison with the UK and Norway, but Denmark has some major accumulations. All current production comes from the Central North Sea, mainly from key developments such as Dan, Gorm, Tyra and Halfdan. Production decline will be temporarily reversed in 2017, when the Hejre development is brought onstream.DONG Energy's development of High Pressure/High Temperature (HP/HT) discovery ...
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