Snorre is a field in the Tampen area in the northern part of the North Sea. The water depth is 300-350 metres. Snorre was discovered in 1979, and the plan for development and operation (PDO) was approved in 1988. The field is developed with the facilities Snorre A, located in the southern part of the field, and Snorre UPA, located centrally on the field. Snorre A is a floating tension-leg platform for accommodation, drilling and processing. Snorre UPA is a subsea production facility tied-back to Snorre A. There is also a separate process module on Snorre A for full stabilisation of the well stream from the Vigdis field. Production from Snorre A started in 1992. In 1998, a PDO was approved for Snorre B, a semi-submersible integrated drilling, processing and accommodation facility located in the northern part of the field. Snorre B started production in 2001. In 2018, an amended PDO for the Snorre Expansion Project was approved. The subsea development will be tied-back to Snorre A and consists of six subsea templates, each with four wells.