TotalEnergies takes the top off flames at Gorm site

The French oil company has nearly halved routine flaring at the Gorm site in the Danish North Sea. However, the process has weakened gas production and led to issues involving oil in water, according to documents.

Photo: Magnus Holm

Since TotalEnergies started restructuring production in the North Sea to reduce routine flaring of excess gas, the company has come to view the set-up as ”working overall.”

This is evident from documents and emails sent to the Danish Energy Agency (DEA), which EnergyWatch has obtained.

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