|Start of production||1981|
|Producing formations||Danian and Upper Cretaceous chalk|
Gorm is a natural gas and oilfield in the Danish Sector of North Sea that was discovered in 1971. It is the largest oilfield exploited by Denmark. The field consists of five platforms and is operated by Maersk Oil. The facilities include two wellhead platforms and several processing platforms. About 400 barrels per day (64 m3/d) of crude oil from the nearby Rolf oil field are processed on the Gorm platforms.
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- "The Gorm Centre". Danish Energy Agency.
- "Update: Oil observed in the Danish North Sea near Maersk Oil platforms". Maersk Oil. 2 March 2011. Archived from the original on 5 March 2011.
- "Oil spotted on Danish North Sea Surface. Maersk halts Production from Rolf Platform". OffshoreEnergyToday.com. 2 March 2011.
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