OGJ Focus: Commingling produces low-sulfur Sleipner condensate

 Sleipner condensate is a low-sulfur North Sea condensate produced from commingling of Sleipner East, Sleipner West, and Sigyn fields. Gungne and Loke are satellite fields to Sleipner East; Alpha North is a satellite to Sleipner West. Statoil ASA operates the fields.During recent years as a regional natural gas hub, says Statoil's web site description, Sleipner has become the second largest after Troll field and has undergone frequent upgrades, tie-ins of other fields such as Sigyn and Volve, and connection to Troll and Ormen Lange fields.Current total production from Sleipner fields is 300,000 boe/d, 36 million cu m/day of gas, and 14,000 cu m/day of condensate. Over its lifetime, t...

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