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Vixen Field Development

Vixen was discovered in North Sea in 1999 and production from 2000 by operator ConocoPhillips.
Vixen, UK Subsea Field Development Data:
Area: North Sea
Block: Block 49/17a, Southern North Sea
Country: UK
Region: Europe(North)
Operator: ConocoPhillips
Partners: Conoco 50%, Britoil plc 50%
Topside Solution: Vixen Subsea Tieback
Subsea Solution:
Development Cost: $40,000,000
Oil Gas Reserves:

Vixen, ConocoPhillips, - 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.



The Vixen field development by operator ConocoPhillips is located Block 49/17a, Southern North Sea in North Sea offshore UK in water depths of 32 meters.

ConocoPhillips with its partners started development of the Vixen field in 1999. The recoverable reserves are estimated to . Number of subsea wells are 1. The production year is 2000 with a daily production estimate of . The Vixen project is based on a subsea solution with Vixen Subsea Tieback topside solution. The development cost is in the order of $40,000,000 with an estimated field life of years.

Vixen Technical Information:
No of Wells: 1
Crude:
Water Depth: 32 meters
Design Pressure:
Design Temperature:
Field Life:
Vixen Project Status:
Daily Production:   

Field Status:
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