The Tyra field is getting ready for restart
Esbjerg, 22 January 2024 – The preparation for restart of Tyra is progressing according to plan, although a number of operational uncertainties remain in this final phase. The project progress to date indicates that the current restart date of 31 March 2024 remains valid but depending on project progress, it could be reached earlier in March. The outcome of tests now suggests that a ramp-up to full technical capacity is expected to take four months from the restart.
Milestone: The Tyra hub is now reconnected to the surrounding fields
Esbjerg, 7 September 2023 – The Tyra Redevelopment project has now marked yet another important milestone on the path to resume production: The project team has completed the final work on the subsea infrastructure which connects Tyra with the surrounding fields. Together, the fields will contribute to Denmark's and Europe’s energy security and independence once Tyra’s production is back at full capacity.
Tyra II is ready to be powered up
Esbjerg, 6 July 2023 – TotalEnergies has successfully completed the power up of two gas turbines at the Tyra field – almost one month ahead of schedule. This represents a crucial step in the final stages of the Tyra Redevelopment since the two active gas turbines constitute the main means of power supply for the entire Tyra II hub including the surrounding fields.
Milestone: Tyra is reconnected to Denmark
Esbjerg, 30 June 2023 – TotalEnergies has successfully re-established the connection of the pipeline between the Tyra field and Denmark. This enables the gas export once the field resumes its production in the winter season 2023/24 and marks an important step contributing to Danish and European energy independence.
A new digital beginning: The Tyra field can now be remote controlled from shore
Esbjerg, 13 June 2023 – Today, TotalEnergies is starting up the new established Tyra onshore control room – a crucial milestone for the whole offshore industry and a visible sign that the redevelopment of Denmark’s largest gas field soon comes to an end.
First well reinstatement on Tyra II is complete
Esbjerg, 9 February 2023 – This week the well campaign has started, and the first refurnished well equipment has been successfully installed on the new Tyra II marking yet another important milestone in the final phase of the Tyra Redevelopment project.
The old Tyra is now history – 98.5% reused or recycled
Esbjerg, 13 December 2022 – The largest recycling project of offshore installations in Denmark’s history has successfully completed. After 2.5 years of dismantling work on the old platforms and structures from the Tyra field, 98.5% of the material has now been reused and recycled.
Last connecting bridge touched down: Tyra II now has its final shape
Esbjerg, 10 October 2022 – The last remaining piece of Tyra II puzzle was lifted into its final position. The world’s largest crane Sleipnir will soon leave the Tyra field after a successful installation campaign.
Final Tyra-topside lift breaks world record
Esbjerg, 4 October 2022 – Today at 8:27, the biggest Tyra II topside touched safely down on the last remaining bare jacket at the Tyra field. The lift of the 17,000 tons heavy process module broke a world record as the heaviest crane lift ever undertaken at sea.
New Tyra process module sets off on 8,700 nautical miles journey
TotalEnergies EP Denmark and its Danish Underground Consortium partners Noreco and Nordsøfonden are pleased to announce the successful sail away of the new Tyra II process module.