TotalEnergies says worst Covid trouble for Tyra has passed

The delay of the redevelopment project has prompted extra costs, but the updated plan seems to be holding, says TotalEnergies project lead Morten Hesselager Pedersen. The coming weeks will see one of the most important tasks done.

Monday, TotalEnergies began lifting the enormous steel constructions into place at the new Tyra using crane vessel Sleipnir. | Photo: Total Energies PR

The DKK 21 billion (EUR 2.8 billion) estimated by the Danish Underground Consortium (DUC), led by operator TotalEnergies (formerly Total), in costs of redeveloping the Tyra field seem to be holding so far.

This in spite of the new Tyra's launch having been postponed nearly a year until June 1, 2023. A postponement not least of all due to subsupplier Sembcorp's Singapore yard having been as good as shut down for long periods last year because of local Covid restrictions.

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