Klik venligst
danmarks-rederiforening.gif

Denmark’s days as oil exporters are over

Denmark’s days as oil exporters are over

31-08-2018 12:00:00


The Danish oil adventure is over. After 25 years of exporting oil, Denmark is once again depended on importing oil from other countries, according to a new prognosis by the Danish Energy Society. There is still enough gas to export the next 18 years.

The prognosis has reduced the future oil production in Denmark by 8 percent, compared to what the Energy Society assumed a year ago. This is partly because start-up date for several fields and funds are expected to be postponed, and that the reconstruction of the Tyra field will mean a decline in oil production by 2020 and 2021

Reserves and contingent resources per january 1, 2018 amounted to 139 million. m3 oil equivalent to 18 years of oil consumption. In the case of gas, reserves and contingent resources per January 1, 2018 amounted to 72 billion. Nm3, which is equivalent to 30 years of gas consumption.

The Danish oil and gas export generates large amounts of money for the Danish treasury, and benefits the Danish payment balance to foreign countries.

Maritime Danmark


Klik venligst

< Front page

Copyright © Maritime Denmark



Breaking News

- Ørsted gives Borssele-contract to GoaSea
- MHI Vestas to hire hundreds in the UK
- Ørsted buys Lincoln Clean Energy
- Better things ahead for drilling rigs
- Danish Maritime Fair: Seeking new horizons
- Denmark’s days as oil exporters are over
- Norsok approved for submersible drilling rig
- Jesper R. Olsen new CFO of Maersk Drilling
- Horn Rev 3’s first wind turbine installed
- Maersk Drilling secures two contract
- Maersk and Vestas join forces
- Maersk Decom mangagement in place


Todays Top 5



This weeks Top 10

- Ørsted gives Borssele-contract to GoaSea
- Bladt have finalized Horns Rev 3 order
- Man survives long stay in the ocean
- 22.000 protect the ocean
Klik venligst
Klik venligst
Klik venligst
Klik venligst