Tyra, the largest gas condensate field in the Danish Sector of the North Sea, has been at the core of Denmark’s energy infrastructure for more than 30 years, processing 90% of the nation’s natural gas production.
Operated since 1984 by Maersk Oil, acquired by Total E&P Denmark back in 2017, the old offshore platforms needed to be replaced, to cope with reservoir depletion, ground subsidence and storm resistance regulations. The new 8 Tyra platforms will be more productive, but also more environmentally sound.
Actemium Oil & Gas Commissioning, in partnership with Semco Maritime, won the Engineering and Execution of the offshore Commissioning scope.
The contract will be delivered on a full scope approach, including project and HSE management, commissioning engineering, onshore preparation, offshore commissioning execution as well as start-up assistance.
The project started in early May 2021 and is expected to last at least 2 years. The engineering phase kicked off in France and South Korea, and 2 site teams are to be dispatched to the construction yards in Singapore and Italy.