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The Foreigner Norway and UK approve Islay field exploitation. The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (OED) and the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change have approved Total’s project to develop its Islay gas field in the North Sea. The area is situated 440 kilometres north-east of Aberdeen, and the field spreads across both the Norwegian and British Continental Shelf. According to Total, the field has a reserve of approximately 17 million barrels of oil equivalent and an approximate peak gas production rate of 2.5 million cubic meters per day.

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Norway and UK approve Islay field exploitation

Published on Sunday, 18th July, 2010 at 11:28 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.
Last Updated on 18th July 2010 at 15:45.

The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (OED) and the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change have approved Total’s project to develop its Islay gas field in the North Sea.



The area is situated 440 kilometres north-east of Aberdeen, and the field spreads across both the Norwegian and British Continental Shelf.

According to Total, the field has a reserve of approximately 17 million barrels of oil equivalent and an approximate peak gas production rate of 2.5 million cubic meters per day.

“We are delighted to have received the go-ahead to develop the Islay field,” Yves-Louis Darricarrère, President of Total Exploration & Production says in a press release.

Total will be connecting Islay to their Alwyn facility, and plans to start exploiting gas by the end of 2011.



Published on Sunday, 18th July, 2010 at 11:28 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.
Last updated on 18th July 2010 at 15:45.

This post has the following tags: total, islay, alwyn, gas, field, exploration, ministry, petroleum, energy, norway, department, climate, change, uk, development, norwegian, british, continental, shelf, yves-louis, darricarrre.





  
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