The DKK 21bn (EUR 2.8bn) estimated by the Danish Underground Consortium (DUC), led by operator TotalEnergies (formerly Total), in costs of redeveloping the Tyra field seem to be holding so far.
This in spite of the new Tyra's launch having been postponed nearly a year until June 1, 2023. A postponement not least of all due to subsupplier Sembcorp's Singapore yard having been as good as shut down for long periods last year because of local Covid restrictions.
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