Shell has launched the sale of its stakes in two offshore oilfields and two pipelines in Norway, according to a sales document seen by Reuters.
The company is selling its 6.45% interest in the Kvitebjorn field and pipeline and its 3.225% interest in the Valemon Unit and Valemon Rich Gas Pipeline, according to the document.
The offshore assets are operated by Equinor.
They access to a resource of 17 million boe with an annual daily production of 7200 boe, according to the document.
The assets are expected to raise between US$50 and US$100 million in total, according to industry and banking sources.
Shell is currently a partner in 34 production licences offshore Norway and operates 14 of them, according to its annual report.
In 2018, Shell sold several of its Norwegian assets to OKEA for US$566 million.
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