Huntington Field to Produce First Oil By March End (UK)

Huntington Field to Produce First Oil By March End

Noreco, a Norwegian company with a stake in Huntington field in the Southern North Sea, offshore UK, has announced that all risers are connected to the subsea facilities, and consequently the entire Huntington system is fully connected from the wells to the FPSO Voyageur Spirit.

The final subsea preparations for first oil and pre-commissioning are being finalised prior to start up which is anticipated shortly.

The operator, E.ON E&P UK, expects first oil by the end of March 2013. This projection is dependent on weather conditions and completion of final technical work according to plan.

 March 21, 2013

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