Eldfisk is a field in the southern part of the Norwegian sector in the North Sea, 10 kilometres south of the Ekofisk field. The water depth is 70 metres. Eldfisk was discovered in 1970, and the plan for development and operation (PDO) was approved in 1975. The initial development consisted of three facilities: Eldfisk B (a combined drilling, wellhead and process facility), and Eldfisk A and Eldfisk FTP (wellhead and process facilities). Production started in 1979. A PDO for water injection was approved in 1997, and the injection facility Eldfisk E was installed in 1999. This facility also provides some the water to Ekofisk K for injection on the Ekofisk field. A PDO for Eldfisk II was approved in 2011, and included a new integrated facility, Eldfisk S, connected by bridge to Eldfisk E. Production from Eldfisk S started in 2015. This facility replaces several functions of Eldfisk A and Eldfisk FTP. Eldfisk A is converted into a wellhead platform and Eldfisk FTP is used as bridge-support facility. The Embla field, located south of Eldfisk, is tied to Eldfisk S.