Gorm Fredericia Oil Pipeline

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Gorm Fredericia Oil Pipeline, also known as Danish Oil Pipe[1], is an oil pipeline in Denmark.[2]


The Gorm Fredericia Oil Pipeline runs from the oil fields in the North Sea to Fredericia, Denmark.

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Project Details

  • Owners: Ørsted
  • Current capacity: 270,000 barrels per day[3]
  • Length: 330 km / 205.05 miles
  • Diameter: 20 inches[4]
  • Status: Operating
  • Start Year:


The Gorm Fredericia Oil Pipeline is the main trunkline to shore in the Danish sector of the North Sea. It serves all of the producing fields on the Danish shelf, with the exception of Siri, Nini, Cecilie and South Arne. An onshore section of the pipeline carries the crude to the terminal at Fredericia, which is located on the east Jutland coast. Gorm Fredericia Oil Pipeline is currently owned by Danish Oil Pipe, which is a fully owned subsidiary of Ørsted.[2]

Articles and resources


  1. "Danish Oil Pipe". orsted.com. Retrieved 2020-09-30.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Gorm-Fredericia Oil Pipeline Wood Mackenzie, accessed September 2018
  3. Oil and Gas in Denmark 1998, Energistryelsen, 1998
  4. "Interactive map". Concawe. Retrieved 2020-09-30.

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