Utgard is a field in the North Sea, straddling the sector boundary between Norway and the UK. The Norwegian share of the field is 62 per cent. Utgard is located 20 kilometres west of the Sleipner area. The water depth is 110-120 metres. The field was discovered in 1982 and the plan for development and operation (PDO) was approved in 2017. The development concept is a 4-slot subsea template with two wells tied-back to the Sleipner T facility for processing and reduction of the CO2 level in the gas. The subsea template is located in the Norwegian sector.