Maersk Oil started oil and gas production from its unmanned Tyra Southeast-B platform, which sits 220 km off Denmark’s west coast in the North Sea. Maersk plans to drill a total of 8 to 12 horizontal wells in the area over the next 2 years. The development is expected to deliver approximately 50 million BOE in resources, 20 million bbl of oil and 170 Bcf of gas. The field is operated by the Danish Underground Consortium, which is made up of Maersk (31.2%), Shell (36.8%), Nordsøfonden (20%), and Chevron (12%).
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