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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

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

Typhoon - is located in blocks 236 and 237, in the central Green Canyon area of the Gulf of Mexico. This lies approximately 100 miles off the coast of Louisiana, in water depths of 2,000ft. The field is being developed jointly by the operators.
Operator: ChevronTexaco, Location: America(North), Gulf of Mexico, USA

Petronius - located in 1,754 feet of water in Viosca Knoll Block 786, began production of oil and gas on July 9, 2000. A compliant piled tower design, it is 610 m (2,001 feet) high, the tallest free-standing structure in the world.
Operator: ChevronTexaco, Location: America(North), Gulf of Mexico, USA

Genesis - is 150 miles south of New Orleans in the Gulf of Mexico, across Green Canyon blocks 160, 161, and 205. The field lies in the Viosca Knoll Carbonate Trend and contains known reserves of 160 million barrels of crude oil.
Operator: ChevronTexaco, Location: America(North), Gulf of Mexico, USA

Alba Phase II - in North Sea Block 16/26, 130 miles north-east of Aberdeen, came on stream in January 1994. In the first phase a platform was installed in the north of the field exporting oil by tanker via a floating storage unit (FSU).
Operator: ChevronTexaco, Location: Europe(North), North Sea, Scotland


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