Description of the Danish fields, developments, EOR, reserves and oil & gas production
General information about oil/gas licences in Denmark
The Danish subsoil is used for more than just the production of oil and gas. The subsoil is used to extract salt and geothermal heat and to store natural gas, and also the potential future use for storage of CO2.
Monthly drilling overviews, production data and seismic surveys
Description of the oil- and gas productions impact on the Danish economy, investment and costs, value of production, economic forecast and information for licensees
The environmental requirements to be met on an offshore installation are primarily regarding discharges to the air and the sea and on design in order to observe the principle of using the Best Available Techniques to reduce harmful environmental impacts.
The Danish Energy Agency (DEA) is the supervising authority on health and safety matters regarding offshore installations on the Danish Continental Shelf.
The report “Denmark's Oil and Gas Production and Subsoil Use” gives an overview of the activities in the oil and gas sector and uses of the Danish subsoil other than oil and gas activities. Download the report at this page.