Amplitude variation with angle (AVA) inversion is performed on the top Utsira Sand reflector at the Sleipner field, North Sea, Norway. This interface is of particular interest because of the accumulation of CO2 injected from a point deeper in the Utsira Sand. The focus is on the postmigration processing of angle gathers together with the actual inversion procedure. The processing treats amplitude extraction, offset-to-angle mapping, and global scaling in detail. Two algorithms are used for the inversion of AVA data, one that assesses uncertainties and one fast least-squares variant. Both are very suitable for this type of problem because of their covariance matrices and built-in regularization. In addition, two three-parameter approximations of the Zoeppritz equations are used. One is linear approximation and the other is quadratic. The results show significant signals for all three elastic parameters, but the substitution of brine by CO2 using Gassmann's equation indicates that the contrasts in S-wave impedance and density are overestimated. For the contrasts in P-wave impedance the results are in agreement with the fluid substitution. A simple sensitivity analysis shows that the offset-to-angle mapping and the damping factor in the inversion are the most plausible explanations of the discrepancy.