The Tyra redevelopment means that the production from Tyra II and the surrounding fields Harald, Lulita, Svend, Valdemar, Roar and Tyra Southeast will be able to continue in the future.
At the same time, a significant part of the infrastructure in the North Sea is secured. When production from Tyra II is resumed, the facilities will once again be the main hub for the vast majority of the gas produced in the Danish part of the North Sea and thereby help to strengthen Denmark's security of supply.
The redevelopment of the Tyra facilities will make possible a production of approx. 60.000 barrels of oil equivalent (BOE) per day, when production peaks. The production will be coming from both Tyra II and the surrounding fields.
Furthermore, the redevelopment will have a significant impact on the fields’ energy efficiency. When Tyra II starts production, the CO2 emissions will be reduced by 30 %, when compared to those before the redevelopment. Flaring from the field will be reduced by 90 %.
Tyra II has its own website with news from the process and "behind the scenes" stories. Go to www.tyra2.dk/en/