Great impact on the society
Industrial heritage Ekofisk provides an insight into the historical development of the Ekofisk area in the norwegian part of North Sea from 1969 to 2019. The fields, platforms, working life, important historical events and Ekofisk's influence on society are the main topics. Furthermore, it is possible to search in all the digital source material.
On the border
Frigg was a gas field on the border between the Norwegian and British continental shelves. Elf, now Total, was the operator of the field. At most, it supplied the UK with 30 per cent of gas consumption. Frigg was shut down in 2004, and the installations removed. The site is designed to preserve the history of Frigg.
Statfjord is Norway's largest oil field and is situated on the border between the Norwegian and British Continental Shelf in the North Sea. It is built at approximately 150 meters water depth with three fully integrated Condeep-type platforms (Statfjord A, B and C) with undercarriage and concrete storage cells.
Oilfield in the south
Valhall is a large oil field in the southern part of the Norwegian sector of the North Sea, near the Danish border. It was the fourth commercially viable discovery on the Norwegian shelf and came into operation in 1982. Since then, the field has been in continuous development.