Bridge Energy today announced that production from Victoria field, located in the southern sector of the North Sea, off UK, has resumed.
The production had been shut since November 30, because the gas export infrastructure system used by the Victoria field was unavailable. The system is now fully operational. Production from the Victoria field resumed on 26(th) December 2012 at a flow rate of 7.6mmscf/d.
The Victoria Field is located in Southern North Sea Block 49/17 and is the first phase of development of the Victoria and Viking B Extension accumulation.
Natural gas from Victoria is transported through the LOGGS facilities where it is comingled and forwarded on to the Theddlethorpe gas terminal in Lincolnshire, England via a 36-inch pipeline.
Offshore Energy Today Staff, December 28, 2012