The Skarv field is located in the northern part of the Norwegian Sea, and is Aker BP’s northernmost producing field. The field is developed with a production ship with storage and offloading capacity (FPSO), and has one of the worlds’ largest gas processing plants offshore.
The greater Alvheim area is located in the central part of the North Sea, close to the UK sector. It consist of the main field Alvheim, and the satellite fields Bøyla, Vilje and Volund. The volumes are being produced via the Alvheim FPSO.
In 2016, Aker BP was formed through the merger between Det norske oljeselskap and BP Norge. Our vision is to create the leading independent offshore E&P company.
The first oil was produced on the Ivar Aasen field in the North Sea on December 24 – Christmas Eve. The start-up was according to plan, and the development has been completed within budget.
The giant Johan Sverdrup project at Utsira High, will be a major contributor to Aker BP and the Norwegian society, with a planned lifetime of 50 years.
The Ula field is located in the southern part of the North sea, and consists of three platforms. The field center serves as an area hub for the satellite field Tambar, and as a third-party host for the Oselvar and Blane fields.