Magnus EOR, BP, - - 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.
The Magnus EOR field development by operator BP is located block 211/12a in North Sea offshore UK
in water depths of 186m.
BP with its partners started development of the Magnus EOR field in 1974.
The recoverable reserves are estimated to 1.65 billion barrels . Number of subsea wells are . The production year is
with a daily production estimate of 80,000bpd. The Magnus EOR project is based on a
subsea solution with Magnus EOR Fixed Platform topside solution. The development cost is in the order of £1.1 billion with an estimated field life of years.
No of Wells:
Magnus EOR Project Status:
Daily Production: 80,000bpd
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