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Tyra field's carbon emissions could have been 30 percent lower

If the new Tyra field were electrified in accordance with the Tampen model, it would have far lower carbon emissions, show new calculations by Wood Mackenzie. "It was deemed too expensive," says Total E&P Denmark Managing Director Patrick Gilly.

A visualization of the new Tyra field, expected operational in 2022. New figures from Woodmac shows that it could have been a whole lot less damaging to the environment, had Norwegian examples been followed. Photo: Total S.A. / PR

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