The Norwegian oil company OKEA has informed that a Teekay shuttle tanker has recently unloaded 855 628 bbls of oil from the Draugen field in the Norwegian Sea for OKEA and Neptune.
OKEA, which bought Shell’s entire 44.56% interest in Draugen field and 12% interest in Gjøa in Norway for NOK 4.5 billion ($525M) in November 2018, said that Teekay’s shuttle tanker Grena Knutsen unloaded 855 628 bbls of oil from the Draugen field on June 25.
OKEA holds 729 769 bbls of this cargo which is sold to Shell Trading.
The next unloading is planned for July 25 and will be a Petoro cargo which is traded by Equinor, OKEA said on Tuesday.
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