The giant North Sea Johan Sverdrup field with oil recoverable range of 2.2 – 3.2 MMbbls was discovered in 2010. The field was decided to be developed in phases. The project submitted a plan for development in 2015 for the phase 1. The plan is for first production in late 2019 with an expected oil production rate of 440,000 bbl/day. The phase 2 is planned for production start Q3 2022. The objective of the presentation is to share the field development plan for Johan Sverdrup field, and provide a status on current installation progress and the value improvement.Biography:
Jonas Sørbel is a Senior Reservoir Engineer in Equinor. He holds a MSc in reservoir engineering from NTNU in Trondheim. Since joining Equinor in 2015 he has been involved in the Gina Krog and Johan Sverdrup field developments. His tasks in these assets include drainage strategy considerations, concept selections, reservoir modelling and generation of the Johan Sverdrup Phase 2 DG3 production profiles.