TotalEnergies Fires Up Turbines at Denmark’s Tyra II
The two active gas turbines are the main means of power for the Tyra II hub, including the surrounding fields.
TotalEnergies has successfully completed the power up of two gas turbines at the Tyra field almost a month ahead of schedule. This represents a crucial step in the final stages of the Tyra Redevelopment; the two active gas turbines are the main power supply for the Tyra II hub, including the surrounding fields.
The gas turbines are at the heart of the Tyra facilities, the new processing module. The platform is equipped with three turbines; two will be running at all times, and one will be on standby. They will convert natural gas to mechanical energy, enabling production from the field. Each turbine has a power capacity of 35 MW.
Once fully operational, Tyra is expected to deliver 2.8 billion m3 of gas per year. TotalEnergies is the operator of the Tyra field on behalf of DUC, a partnership between TotalEnergies (43.2%), BlueNord (36.8%), and Nordsøfonden (20%).