Huntington field back online

Norwegian oil company Noreco has announced that production from the Huntington field in the UK North Sea resumed on May 11, 2014.

Production has been interrupted since 12 April, initially for replacement of couplings in the inert gas system on the floating production and storage vessel Voyageur Spirit, and then again from 26 April due to an unplanned shutdown of the CATS riser platform.

Current production from the E.ON-operated oilfield is about 15 000 boepd gross (3 000 boepd net to Noreco), and is expected to ramp up shortly towards plateau production level of about 34 000 boepd.

 

May 13, 2014

 

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