Frigg is a ceased cross border UK/Norway gas field. The field was developed with six platforms and two gas pipelines to the Total-operated terminal facilities at St Fergus in the UK, with a booster platform (MCP-01) located at the mid-way point. The platform facilities are used by satellite fields, both in Norway and the UK. Production from the Frigg reservoir ceased in October 2004.Prior to cessation of production, a number of the wells and some of the Frigg facilities on the Norwegian ...
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Frigg Field Cessation Plan (Decommissioning Programme)
Fiscal and regulatory
Pre-1975 gas contracts
Discount rate and date
Global Economic Model (GEM) file
In this report there are 25 tables or charts, including:
Key facts: Table 1
Summary and key issues
Frigg UK Map
Participation: Table 1
Geology: Table 1
Reserves and resources
Reserves and resources: Table 1
Production: Table 1
Production: Table 2
Frigg UK Production Profile
Development: Table 1
Development: Table 2
Costs: Table 1
Costs: Table 2
Fiscal and regulatory
Fiscal and regulatory: Table 1
Cash Flow (US$ million)
Economic analysis: Table 2
Economic analysis: Table 3
Split of Revenues
Cumulative Net Cash Flow - Undiscounted
Cumulative Net Cash Flow - Discounted at 10% from 01/01/2017
Remaining Revenue Distribution (Discounted at 10% from 01/01/2017)
Remaining Present Value Price Sensitivities
Cash Flow (£ million)
Economic analysis: Table 5
Economic analysis: Table 6
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Frigg UK (Ceased Production)
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