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Banff - field lies 25km south-east of the Gannet accumulations in the Central North Sea, 200km east of Aberdeen. It is located predominantly in the Conoco-operated block 29/2a, extending into the neighbouring block 22/27a, operated by Ranger.
Operator: ConocoPhillips, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Blake Flank - field lies 64 miles from Aberdeen in the Outer Moray Firth, in the northern North Sea immediately adjacent to the main Blake Channel structure, brought on stream in June 2001.
Operator: BG, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Boulton - Conoco brought its marginal Boulton field on-stream using the innovative SeaHarvester development concept.
Operator: ConocoPhillips, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Britannia - field discovered in the mid 1970s, is the first in the UK sector of the North Sea to be operated jointly by two companies, Conoco and Chevron, through the formation of the new operating company, Britannia Operator Limited.
Operator: ConocoPhillips, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Bruce Phase II - field was originally developed under Phase I, using two bridge-linked platforms, both connected to the main 52in Frigg trunkline by a 6km, 32in-diameter gas-export pipeline.
Operator: BP, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Brigantine - is a cluster of three fields (A, B and C), located offshore North Norfolk, 110km NNE of Bacton. The fields are located in the southern North Sea, in block 49/19, with Brigantine B slightly extending into 49/18.
Operator: Shell, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Curlew - is located some 220 km east of Aberdeen in the central North Sea lies in 92 metres water depth. The Curlew Field is developed via subsea facilities feeding into an FPSO (floating production, storage and offloading system).
Operator: Shell, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Captain - field has undergone a huge Phase II expansion which has increased the 60,000 barrels per day rate to an average plateau rate of 85,000 barrels per day. A new platform was installed to develop the reservoir within the eastern part of the field (Area B).
Operator: ChevronTexaco, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Caister Murdoch Phase 3 - Conoco now plans to embark on the third stage of the development of its Caister Murdoch System (CMS), following the successful completion of a well in March 2001.
Operator: ConocoPhillips, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Cook - field comprises an oil trap in a simple domal structure, formed by salt at depth. A single exploration well, 21/2Oa-2, has been drilled into the structure, down-dip of the crest.
Operator: Enterprise Oil, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Duart - an eight-inch production line and a three-inch gas lift line to be installed to flow the field back to Tartan
Operator: Talisman, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Dunbar Phase II - In late 1999, a Poseidon multiphase pump was installed on the Dunbar field, as the final part of Dunbar Phase 2. This will increase recoverability and extend field life.
Operator: Total Oil Marine, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Erskine - Erskine was originally discovered in 1981, during the drilling of a north/south trending Jurassic sandstone reservoir. Main reserves were found in three separate, but generally overlying, sandstone-producing horizons. On its western flank, the beta terrac
Operator: ChevronTexaco, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Elgin Franklin - fields lie in the UK North Sea's Central Graben, approximately 240km east of Aberdeen and in water 93m deep. Elgin is located in blocks 22/30b, 22/30c and 29/5b.
Operator: Total, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Eastern Trough Area Project (ETAP) - is an integrated development of seven different reservoirs. Four separate fields are operated by BP, namely Marnock, Mungo, Monan and Machar (the M fields). And three by Shell, called the Heron, Egret and Skua fields.
Operator: BP, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Easington Catchment Area (ECA) - gas development was awarded DTI approval in November 1998. The 150 million first phase of ECA will involve the development of the two gas fields Neptune and Mercury.
Operator: BP, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Foinaven Oil - is located in blocks 204/19 and 204/24a, which are operated by BP Exploration. Shell UK Exploration and Production is the co-venturer. These blocks lie some 190km west of the Shetland Islands, in a water depth of between 400 and 600m.
Operator: BP, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Gannet - Since the original field was first discovered in 1973, a number of satellite fields have been tied into the Gannet facilities. In mid-1999, the latest phase saw Gannet G going into production with a 40 million project. Gannet lies 180km east of Aberdeen,
Operator: Shell, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Goldeneye Gas Platform - offshore platform is located in the Shell operated UKCS Block 14/29a, 105 km Northeast of Scotland in the South Halibut basin area of the Outer Moray Firth. The Field straddles Blocks 20/4b, 20/3b, 14/28b.
Operator: Shell, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Galley - is a redevelopment of the block 15/23a Galley field currently producing via a floating production facility
Operator: Talisman, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Jade Oil and Gas Platform - The high-pressure/high-temperature Jade field is located in block 30/2c of the UK North Sea, 17.7km north of the Judy project. The field was discovered in 1996 and confirmed by an appraisal well in early 1997.
Operator: ConocoPhillips, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Janice Oil - is located in block 30/17a in the Central North Sea, approximately 175 miles east-south-east of Aberdeen in 240 feet of water. Recoverable reserves are estimated to exceed 70 mm barrels of 37 degree API gravity crude oil.
Operator: Kerr McGee, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Leadon - is located in Blocks 9/14a and 9/14b, 8km east of the Beryl facilities and 23km to the north of Kerr-McGee (KMUK) Gryphon development. It lies in a water depth of approximately 120 metres, 166 km from the UK coastline
Operator: Kerr McGee, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Liverpool Bay Oil and Gas - - BHP Petroleum's largest single project worldwide - comprises four oil and gas fields, together with significant offshore and onshore facilities used for extracting, transporting and processing these reserves.
Operator: BHP, Location: America(North), North Atlantic, UK
MacCulloch Oil - is located in block 15/24b, approximately 23 miles north of the Britannia field. It began production in August 1997. The wells are tied back to two subsea manifolds and then to a leased floating production storage offtake (FPSO).
Operator: ConocoPhillips, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Magnus EOR - - the UK's most northerly oilfield - was discovered in 1974 by the semi-submersible drilling rig Sedco 703. It lies 160km north-east of the Shetlands in block 211/12a. Oil was found 2,709m below the seabed in a water depth of 186m.
Operator: BP, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
NUGGETS - field is located in blocks 3/18c, 3/19a, 3/19b, 3/20a, 3124a, 3/24c and 3125a in the UK sector of the northern North Sea, south of Dunbar, where the water depth is 120m.
Operator: Total, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Pierce - field lies in blocks 23/22a and 23/27, 280km east of Aberdeen. The field comprises two accumulations: the first is Pierce North (formerly Medan) and the second is Pierce South (formerly Pierce).
Operator: Shell, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Ross - The Ross oil field is situated in the outer Moray Firth on Blocks 13/28a and 13/29a, 60 km north of the Scottish coast and 30 km to the south-east of the Captain field
Operator: Encana, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
R Block Development-Rubie - development is located approximately 200km north-east of Aberdeen. Renee lies in 146m of water, 21.6km from the AH001. Rubie lies in a water depth of 148m, 5.6km away from Renee.
Operator: ConocoPhillips, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
R Block Development-Renee - development is located approximately 200km north-east of Aberdeen. Renee lies in 146m of water, 21.6km from the AH001. Rubie lies in a water depth of 148m, 5.6km away from Renee.
Operator: ConocoPhillips, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Rhum - Rhum development is a subsea tieback to the BP-operated Bruce field
Operator: BP, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Rivers - Burlington Resources received formal approval for its 165 million Rivers Fields development. These consist of five gas fields -Calder, Darwen, Crossans, Hodder and Asland.
Operator: Burlington Resources, Location: Europe(North), Irish Sea, UK
Schiehallion Oil Field - was discovered in 1993, with the semi-submersible drilling rig Ocean Alliance, whilst it was exploring the deep waters of the Shetland Trough in the NW Atlantic. Schiehallion lies in 400m of water and it extends across four blocks.
Operator: BP, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Shearwater - field lies in the Central Graben area of the central North Sea, approximately 200km east of Aberdeen in 90m (995ft) of water.
Operator: Shell, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Triton - The three Triton fields lie in the North Sea, 190km east of Aberdeen. They are being developed using an FPSO, located approximately 20km away from the Bittern field and 12km from the Guillemot West field, via subsea pipelines.
Operator: Amerada Hess, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Vixen - originally known as E-Plus; however, the name change to Vixen represents Conoco's continued use of the "V" motif and its practice of naming many of its natural gas fields in the southern sector of the U.K.
Operator: ConocoPhillips, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK
Viking B - With its original reservoirs gradually depleting, Conoco has begun to carry out substantial changes to extend Viking B's field life well into the next century. These include an 11 million Viking transportation redevelopment.
Operator: ConocoPhillips, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, UK


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