Denmark's sinking field Tyra pulls Norwegian field down with it

Former Dong field Trym in the Norwegian sector is so dependent on the process facilities in the Danish field Tyra, that the Norwegian field could topple when Tyra closes.

Photo: Finn Frandsen, Polfoto

When Faroe Petroleum Norge bought five Norwegian fields from Dong Energy, potential problems were already flagged with one field ahead of the final deal: the Trym field.

Faroe Petroum has, in fact, already planned to close the Trym field. This is shown by documents accessed by Norwegian news media

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