The Statoil-operated Oseberg Delta 2 project in the Norwegian North Sea has started producing oil and gas. The project is tied back to the Oesberg Field Centre and has been developed using two subsea templates with the capacity for eight wells. Oesberg Delta 2 is using enhanced recovery techniques such as gas injection to extend the life of the aging Oesberg field, which is more than 20 years old. The project is a joint venture between Statoil (49.3%), Petoro (33.6%), Total (14.7%), and ConocoPhillips (2.4%).
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