Danish Energy Agency grants approval for reconstruction Tyra

The Danish Energy Agency has granted Maersk Oil, soon to be taken over by Total, approval for the reconstruction of the Tyra field, which is a Nordic hub for oil and gas extraction, while it also has the capacity for new add-on projects as well as potential third-party projects.

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Maersk Oil, soon to be taken over by France's Total, has been granted approval for its plans to reconstruct the Tyra field.

In a press release, the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) writes that the approval is contingent on the facilities being fully reconstructed, which would allow Tyra to continue being a hub for gas and oil extractions from the northern part of the Sole Concession area of the Danish North Sea, which was awarded to Maersk Group in 1962.

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