Haltenpipe

The Haltenpipe line is 250 kilometres long and carries gas from the Heidrun field in the Norwegian Sea to Tjeldbergodden in mid-Norway.

With an diameter of 16 inches, it became operational in December 1996.

Joint venture
The Haltenpipe joint venture was established on 23 June 1995. This partnership has no employees and work is organised through the management committee. Gassco serves as operator for the joint venture, and chairs the management committee.

From: Heidrun
To: Tjeldbergodden
Length: 250 km
Diameter: 16"
Available technical capacity (ATC)*: 7 MSm3/d
Technical Service Provider (TSP): Statoil
Operator: Gassco

Ownership, Haltenpipe
Petoro AS: 57,8125%
Statoil ASA: 19,0625%
Norske ConocoPhillips: AS 18,125%
Eni Norge AS: 5%

* ATC (Available Technical Capacity) is rounded to the nearest whole number [MSm³/d]. The actual transport capacity, available for potential users of these pipelines, could be influenced by pressure dependencies between different pipelines, temperature, gas quality, operational constraints etc.