Odin ceases production
The Odin field was shut down on 1 August 1994 after producing 27.3 billion standard cubic metres of gas and almost 1.3 million barrels (200 000 scm) of condensate over more than a decade. Its gas had been sold to the British Gas Corporation.
Aker Maritime was the main contractor for removal of the Odin platform. In 1996, its Aker Stord yard south of Bergen built one of the world’s few specialised facilities for recycling offshore installations. Disassembled and shipped to Stord in 1996-97, the Odin structure was the first complete production platform to be removed from the NCS. In that context, 98 per cent of this installation was recycled.Lille-Frigg – under waterFrøy comes on stream
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TP1 comes on stream
Treatment platform 1 (TP1) processed and dewatered gas transferred from drilling platform 1 (DP1) before it was transported through the Frigg UK Pipeline to Scotland.