Fossil Gas Extraction Sites in Europe

From Global Energy Monitor
This article is part of the Global Fossil Infrastructure Tracker, a project of Global Energy Monitor.
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Dozens of fossil gas projects are in development in Europe, as of early 2018. According to one estimate, the new projects will produce 4.7 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) by 2025.[1]

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Project: Marica Gas Field

  • Owner: INA (100%)[2]
  • Estimated Resources:
  • Resource type: Gas[3]
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2004[4]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Istra Formation within the Northern Adriatic sea[4]
  • Coordinates: 44.230062, 14.041042 (approximate)[3]
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Project: Vesna Gas Field

  • Owner: INA (100%)[2]
  • Estimated Resources:
  • Resource type: Gas[5]
  • Startup year: 2009[5]
  • Status: Operating[5]
  • Location: Ivana Block[6]
  • Coordinates: 44.794276, 13.224794 (approximate)
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Project: Dagmar Oil & Gas Field

  • Owner North Sea Fund (20%), Maersk (31.2%), Shell (36.8%), Chevron (12.0%)[7]
  • Estimated Resources: 0 bcnm[8]
  • Resource type: Oil and Gas Field
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1991[8]
  • ’’’Retiring year’’’: 2008 [8]
  • Status: Retired[8] [9]
  • Location: Dagmar is 10 kilometres west of the Gorm field Gorm Field, which is 400 km east of Beadnell, UK and 210 km west of Vejers, Denmark[10] [11] [7] [12]
  • Coordinates: 55.566667, 4.616667 (approximate)
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Project: Dan Oil & Gas Field

  • Owner Noreco (36.8%), Total (43.2%), Nordsøfonden (20.0%)[13]
  • Estimated Resources: 0 mmboe[13]
  • Resource type: Oil and Gas Field
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1972[14]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: 210 km west of Esbjerg, Denmark[15]
  • Coordinates: 55.528659, 5.293917(approximate)
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Project: Gorm Oil & Gas Field

  • Owner: Noreco (36.8%), Total (43.2%, Operator), Nordsøfonden (20.0%)[13]
  • Estimated Resources:
  • Resource type: Oil and Gas Field[11]
    • Output projection: 121,000 boe/d
  • Startup year: 1981
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Danish North Sea[13]
  • Coordinates: (approximate)
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Project: Katarina Gas Field

  • Owner: INA (100%)[16]
  • Estimated Resources:
  • Resource type: Gas[16]
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2006[4]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Istra Formation within the Northern Adriatic sea
  • Coordinates: 44.230062, 14.041042 (approximate)[4]
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Project: Izabela Offshore Gas Field

  • Owner: Edison International S.p.A (70% Operator), INA (30%)[17]
  • Estimated Resources: 1.4 bcm[18]
  • Resource type: Gas[5]
    • Output projection: 280 mcm/y[18]
  • Startup year: 2014[19]
  • Status: Operating[18]
  • Location: 57 km off Pula [18]
  • Coordinates: 44.326016, 13.817502 (approximate)
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Project: Irina Gas Field

  • Owner: INA (100%)[20]
  • Proven Resources:
  • Resource type: Gas[5]
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2009
  • Status:
  • Location: Black Sea
  • Coordinates: 44.847335, 30.028596 (approximate)
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Project: Ana Gas Field

  • Owner: Black Sea Oil & Gas (BSOG, 65%, Operator), Gas Plus International (15%), Petro Ventures Europe (20%)[21]
  • Proven Resources: 247 bcf
  • Resource type: Gas source[22]
    • Output projection: 110 MMcf/d
  • Startup year: 2021
  • Status: Proposed
  • Location: Off the coast of Romania in the Black Sea[23][24]
  • Coordinates: 44.022595, 30.146635 (approximate)[22]
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Project: Annamaria Gas Field (Anamarija)

  • Owner: INA (100%)[2][25]
  • Proven Resources: 10 bcm[26]
  • Resource type: Gas source[2]
    • Output projection: 1.2 bcmMMcf/d
  • Startup year: 2010
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: between Italy and Croatia, 60 kilometres from the coast[26]
  • Coordinates: 44.343011, 13.430092 (approximate)[26]
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Project: Ivana Gas Field

  • Owner: INA (100%)[25]
  • Proven Resources:
  • Resource type: Gas[27]
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1999[27]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: In the Adriatic offshore, Croatia[27]
  • Coordinates: 44.772832, 13.092143 (approximate)
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Project: Ika And Ida Gas Fields

  • Owner: INA (100%)[25]
  • Proven Resources:
  • Resource type: Gas[28]
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2006[29]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: 40 nautical miles south from Pula[30]
  • Coordinates: 44.489001, 13.853389 (approximate)
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Project: Strasshof Gas Field

  • Owner: OMV AG[23]
  • Potential resources: 4 bcm[23]
  • Resource type: Gas[23]
    • Output projection:
      • Phase 1: 4,000 barrels per day[23]
  • Startup year: 2008
  • Status: Strassoff began production in 2008.[23]
  • Location: 20 km northeast of Vienna, Austria[31]
  • Coordinates: 48.338890, 16.558189 (approximate)
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Project: Johan Sverdrup Development

  • Owner: Equinor, Lundin Norway, Petoro, Aker BP and Total[32]
  • Potential resources: 2.1-3.1 billion barrels of oil equivalent[33]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:[32]
      • Phase 1: 440,000 barrels per day (started 2020)
      • Phase 2: 660,000 barrels per day; 240 million barrels per year (to start 2022)
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Startup year: 2019
  • Status: Phase 1 opened January 7, 2020. Currently producing 300,000 barrels per day[32]
  • Location: Utsira High in the North Sea, 160km west of Stavanger, Norway
  • Coordinates: 59.22, 2.49 (exact)
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Project: Rosebank & Lochnagar Oil & Gas Fields

  • Owner: Equinor (40%), Suncor Energy (40%) and Siccar Point Energy (20%)[34]
  • Potential resources: 530 million barrels of recoverable oil[33]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 100,000 barrels per day[35]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 190 million cubic feet per day[35]
  • Startup year: 2026
  • Status: In development
  • Location: 126km off coast of Shetland, UK[36]
  • Coordinates: 60.966069, -3.619693 (exact)
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Project: Johan Castberg Field

  • Owner: Equinor
  • Potential resources: 400 to 600 million barrels of recoverable oil[33]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 190,000 barrels per day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 290 million cubic feet per day
  • Startup year: 2026
  • Status: In development
  • Location: Barents Sea, 100km north of the Snøhvit field, Norway[33]
  • Coordinates: 70.861331, 19.521994 (exact)
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Project: Wisting Central Oil Discovery

  • Owner: Equinor, OMV
  • Potential resources: 440 million barrels of recoverable oil[33]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 150,000 barrels per day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Startup year: 2026
  • Status: In development
  • Location: Barents Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 71.589635, 23.960471 (exact)
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Project: Mariner Heavy Oil Field

  • Owner: Equinor (65%), JX Nippon (20%), Siccar Point (8.89%) and ONE-Dyas (6%)[37]
  • Potential resources: 300 million barrels of recoverable oil[33]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 55,000 barrels per day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Startup year: 2019
  • Status: Producing
  • Location: East Shetland Platform of the UK North Sea, 150 kilometres east of Shetland/320 kilometres northeast of Aberdeen
  • Coordinates: 59.588889, 1.056944 (exact)[38]
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Project: Martin Linge (Hild) Heavy Oil & HPHT Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor (70%), Petoro AS (30%)[39]
  • Potential resources: 145 to 200 million barrels of oil equivalent,[33] other estimates are between 250 and 300 million barrels oil equivalent[40][41]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Startup year: 2020
  • Status: In development
  • Location: 42km west of Oseberg field, Norway
  • Coordinates: 60.506847, 2.031197 (exact)[42]
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Project: Culzean HPHT Gas & Condensate Field

  • Owner: Total (49.99%, operator), BP (32%) and JX Nippon (18.01%)[43]
  • Potential resources: 250 and 300 million barrels of oil equivalent[43]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 400 to 500 million standard cubic feet per day[33]
  • Startup year: 2019
  • Status: Producing[44]
  • Location: 233 km/145 miles east of Aberdeen, North Sea, UK
  • Coordinates: 57.173712, 1.797090 (approximate)
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Project: Aphrodite Gas Field

  • Owner: Noble Energy (65%), Shell (35%)[33]
  • Potential resources: 4.5 trillion cubic feet of natural gas and 9 million barrels of oil equivalent of gas condensate[33]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 800 million cubic feet per day
  • Startup year: 2023
  • Status: In development
  • Location: 160km south of Limassol, Cyprus
  • Coordinates: 33.094444, 32.983333 (exact)[45]
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Project: Angela–Angelina gas field

  • Owner: Eni
  • Potential resources: 460 billion cubic feet[46]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 64 million cubic feet/day[46]
  • Startup year:
  • Status:
  • Location: Off coast of Ravenna in the Adriatic Sea, Italy[47]
  • Coordinates: 44.391167, 12.344167(exact)[48]
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Project: Cygnus Oil Field

  • Owner: Northern Petroleum[49]
  • Potential resources: 790 MMbbl of recoverable oil
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: In development
  • Status:
  • Location: 50 km NE of Brindisi, Italy, adjacent to and up-dip of the Aquila field
  • Coordinates: 41.020450, 18.260110 (approximate)
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Project: Barbara Gas Field

  • Owner: Eni
  • Potential resources: 1391 billion cubic feet natural gas[50]
  • Resource type:
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 155 million cubic feet per day
  • Startup year: 1975
  • Status:
  • Location: Adriatic Sea, Italy
  • Coordinates: 44.093971, 13.716131 (approximate)[51]
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Project: Bonaccia Gas Field

  • Owner: Eni[47][52]
  • Potential resources: 84 million barrels of oil equivalent gas/471 million cubic feet
  • Resource type:
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: million cubic feet per day
  • Startup year:
  • Status:
  • Location:
  • Coordinates: 43.602745, 14.441229 (approximate)[53]
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Project: Luna Gas Field

  • Owner: Eni
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type:
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 142 million cubic feet per day[54]
  • Startup year:
  • Status:
  • Location:
  • Coordinates: 39.106719, 17.189756 (approximate)[53]
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Project: Porto Corsino Gas Field

  • Owner: Eni
  • Potential resources: 1750 billion cubic feet[55]
  • Resource type:
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 161 million cubic feet per day[55]
  • Startup year: 1975
  • Status:
  • Location: Adriatic Sea, Italy
  • Coordinates: 44.488664, 12.626425 (approximate)[53]
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Project: Porto Garibaldi–Agostino Gas Field

  • Owner: Eni
  • Potential resources: 3500 billion cubic feet[56]
  • Resource type:
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 57 million cubic feet per day[56]
  • Startup year: 1955
  • Status:
  • Location: Adriatic Sea, Italy
  • Coordinates: 44.524914, 12.507822 (approximate)[53]
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Project: Rospo Mare Oil Field

  • Owner: Edison (62%), Eni (38%)[57]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 5,000 barrels per day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1982
  • Status:
  • Location: Adriatic sea, about 20 km off the Abruzzo coast, Italy
  • Coordinates: 42.200478, 15.026736 (approximate)[53]
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Netherlands

Project: A12 Gas Field

  • Owner: Petrogas E&P Netherlands B.V.
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 220.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2007
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes: Includes five fields – including A12, A18, and B13[59]
  • Location: About 280 km (174 mi) north of Den Helder, Netherlands[60]
  • Coordinates: 55.39890571, 3.81012435 (exact)[61]
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Project: K4b-K5a Gas Fields

  • Owner: Total, Rockrose (6.98% – 11.66%)[62]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 66 MMcf/d[62]
  • Startup year: 1994
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.75030043, 3.30965278 (exact)[61]
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Project: De Wijk Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij, English = Dutch Petroleum Company)
  • Potential resources: 2 billion cubic meters[63]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1963
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Hoogeveen, Drenthe Province, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.696935, 6.311152 (exact)[61]
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Project: E17A Gas Fields

  • Owner: Neptune
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 607 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2009
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 54.09799653, 3.36024545 (exact)[61]
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Project: E18A Gas Field

  • Owner: Wintershall Noordzee B.V.
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2009
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[64]
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 54.12034666, 3.92893749 (exact)[61]
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Project: F03-FA Gas Field

  • Owner: Spirit Energy Nederland B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2011
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[61]
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 54.98542291, 4.89991546 (exact)[61]
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Project: F03-FB Oil and Gas Field

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 44000 standard cubic meters per year[58]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 190.7 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1993
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 54.85310999, 4.69482913 (exact)[61]
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Project: F15a Gas Fields

  • Owner: Total E&P Nederland B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1993
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[58]
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 54.21552221, 4.82707722 (exact)[61]
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Project: F16 Gas Fields

  • Owner: Wintershall Noordzee B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 120.5 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2005
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 54.11602887, 4.01101156 (exact)[61]
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Project: G14 & G17b Gas Fields

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 447.8 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2006
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Field G14-A&B, North Sea, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 54.22392797, 5.49871228 (exact)[61]
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Project: G16a Gas Fields

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 320.6 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2006
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 54.12561586, 5.20220761 (exact)[61]
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Project: G17c & 17d Gas Fields

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 104.3 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2002
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 54.04900473, 5.43835497 (exact)[61]
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Project: K01a Gas Field

  • Owner: Total E&P Nederland B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 201.7 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2002
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.84320868, 3.07829452 (exact)[61]
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Project: K02b Gas Field

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 148.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2005
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.94863471, 3.66234861 (exact)[61]
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Project: K4A Gas Fields

  • Owner: Total E&P Nederland B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 422.6 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1998
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.7502575, 3.30960749 (exact)[61]
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Project: K4B and K5A Gas Fields

  • Owner: Total E&P Nederland B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 702.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1988
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.69563943, 3.33893737 (exact)[61]
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Project: K05B Gas Fields

  • Owner: Total E&P Nederland B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 74.8 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1995
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.71407032, 3.42713759 (exact)[61]
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Project: K06 & L07 Gas Fields

  • Owner: Total E&P Nederland B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 268.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1992
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.69842632, 3.86881553 (exact)[61]
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Project: K07 Gas Fields

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 59.1 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1982
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.57147075, 3.30411992 (exact)[61]
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Project: K08 and K11a Gas Fields

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 216.7 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1978
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.49943601, 3.3689582 (exact)[61]
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Project: K09a & K09b Gas Fields

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 129.5 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1987
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.5200548, 3.9923899 (exact)[61]
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Project: K09c Gas Fields

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 39.9 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1987
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.65253004, 3.87282715 (exact)[61]
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Project: K12 Gas Field

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 562.9 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1985
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.42157808, 3.88511244 (exact)[61]
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Project: K14 Gas Fields

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 209.5 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1977
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.26873693, 3.62638848 (exact)[61]
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Project: K15 Gas Fields

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 520.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1975
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.27579546, 3.87167219 (exact)[61]
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Project: K17 Gas Fields

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 81.3 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2006
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.06290324, 3.53738391 (exact)[61]
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Project: K18b (K18-Golf) Oil and Gas Fields

  • Owner: Wintershall Noordzee B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 375.7 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2012
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.15611434, 3.96187367 (exact)[61]
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Project: L02-FA & L02-FB Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 312.4 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1992
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes: FB started producing in 2006
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.96065823, 4.49638894 (exact)[61]
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Project: L04a Gas Fields

  • Owner: Total E&P Nederland B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 169.4 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1982
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.72463197, 4.09744747 (exact)[61]
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Project: L5-FA Gas Field

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 353.3 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1992
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.81088216, 4.35136774 (exact)[61]
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Project: L05a Gas Fields

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 353.3 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2017
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.81792981, 4.51295771 (exact)[61]
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Project: L05B Gas Fields

  • Owner: Wintershall Noordzee B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 128.1 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2003
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.70426718, 4.60215255 (exact)[61]
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Project: L06a Gas Fields

  • Owner: Wintershall Noordzee B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 189.1 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2015
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.7092371, 4.81917821 (exact)[61]
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Project: L08b & L08d Gas Field

  • Owner: Wintershall Noordzee B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 73.1 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2001
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes: L08-A-WEST[61]
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.59426038, 4.43326266 (exact)[61]
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Project: L09 Gas Fields

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 392.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2009
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.55002306, 4.72957117 (exact)[61]
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Project: L10 and L11a Gas Fields

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 382.5 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1975
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Field L10-CDA, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.40358096, 4.20117655 (exact)[61]
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Project: L11b Gas Field

  • Owner: ONE-Dyas B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 144.3 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2016
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.47249421, 4.48950627 (exact)[61]
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Project: L12b & L15b Gas Field

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 279.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2001
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.32955928, 4.83080433 (exact)[61]
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Project: L13 Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 286.0 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1986
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.2833966, 4.20835821 (exact)[61]
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Project: M07 Gas Fields

  • Owner: ONE-Dyas B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 159.8 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2013
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.62844014, 5.14305641 (exact)[61]
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Project: P06 Gas Fields

  • Owner: Wintershall Noordzee B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 103.0 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1983
  • Status: Shut down (2017)
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.73738838, 3.80371454 (exact)[61]
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Project: P09c Oil and Gas Fields

  • Owner: Petrogas[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 1.6 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1969
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.57480012, 3.83599794 (exact)[61]
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Project: P11a Gas Fields

  • Owner: ONE-Dyas B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 162.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2016
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.35447816, 3.58648851 (exact)[61]
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Project: P11b Gas Field

  • Owner: Dana Petroleum Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 192.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2015
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.35913485, 3.34063277 (exact)[61]
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Project: P15a & P15b Gas Field

  • Owner: Taqa Energy B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 7.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1993
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Field P15-13, North Sea, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.22253516, 3.73958354 (exact)[61]
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Project: P18a Gas Field

  • Owner: Taqa Energy B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 61.5 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1993
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.1270315, 3.93798832 (exact)[61]
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Project: Q01 Gas Field

  • Owner: Wintershall Noordzee B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 104.3 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2014
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Field Q01-D, North Sea, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.87147946, 4.16994488 (exact)[61]
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Project: Q01-Helder Oil & Gas Field

  • Owner: Petrogas E&P Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 2.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1982
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.92067519, 4.09707746 (exact)[61]
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Project: Q04 Gas Field

  • Owner: Wintershall Noordzee B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 219.6 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2000
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.77891676, 4.26674709 (exact)[61]
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Project: Q08 Gas Field

  • Owner: Wintershall Noordzee B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1986
  • Status: Shut down (2004)
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.59480827, 4.52912551 (exact)[61]
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Project: Q13a Oil & Gas Field

  • Owner: Neptune Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 13.7 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2014
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.19110923, 4.13608947 (exact)[61]
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Project: Q16a Gas Field

  • Owner: ONE-Dyas B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 40.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1998
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.06253613, 4.04579559 (exact)[61]
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Project: Andel Va Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 3.2 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2010
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Wijk en Aalburg, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 51.76309942, 5.07427861 (exact)[61]
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Project: Beijerland Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 25.8 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2010
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Oud-Beijerland, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 51.80659126, 4.413301 (exact)[61]
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Project: Bergen Gas Field

  • Owner: Taqa Energy B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 40.7 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1978
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Bergen aan Zee, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.66628897, 4.63280194 (exact)[61]
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Project: Botlek Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 298.4 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1992
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Botlek Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 51.86842946, 4.32621024 (exact)[61]
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Project: Donkerbroek Gas Field

  • Owner: Tulip Oil Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.7 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2015
  • Status: Shut down (temp)
  • Location: Donkerbroek, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.01046293, 6.21560265 (exact)[61]
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Project: Drenthe IIa Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2000
  • Status: Shut down (2006)
  • Location: Nijensleek, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.837573, 6.14433993 (exact)[61]
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Project: Drenthe IIb Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 223.6 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1974
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Dalen, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.70850975, 6.78383937 (exact)[61]
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Project: Drenthe IV Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 4.9 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2009
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Grolloo, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.938256, 6.698129 (exact)[61]
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Project: Drenthe V Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 17.0 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2009
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Geesbrug, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.72974374, 6.6094123 (exact)[61]
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Project: Drenthe VI Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 472.0 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2015
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Field Diever (DIV), Wapse, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.8680388, 6.24465416 (exact)[61]
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Project: Gorredijk Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 22.7 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2013
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Langezwaag, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.9751496, 5.98457545 (exact)[61]
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Project: Groningen Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 19,770.8 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1963
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Meedhuizen, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.30083055, 6.90509971 (exact)[61]
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Project: Hardenberg Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 30.5 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1975
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Lutten, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.61419092, 6.57266971 (exact)[61]
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Project: Leeuwarden Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 49.6 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1971
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Garyp, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.15378455, 5.98475314 (exact)[61]
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Project: Middelie Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 385.4 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1975
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Oosthuizen, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.55526456, 4.98995977 (exact)[61]
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Project: Noord-Friesland Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 1,992.7 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1986
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Buren, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.46508021, 5.9209969 (exact)[61]
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Project: Oosterend Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1989
  • Status: Shut down (2011)
  • Location: Boazum, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.09839778, 5.71387277 (exact)[61]
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Project: Rijswijk Gas Field

  • Owner: Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 180.6 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1989
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Maasland, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 51.95348581, 4.23640901 (exact)[61]
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Project: Schoonebeek Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 348.7 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1958
  • Status: Producing
  • Location: Coevorden, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.66664679, 6.83611668 (exact)[61]
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Project: Slootdorp Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 10.7 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1977
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Slootdorp, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.83475653, 4.90822759 (exact)[61]
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Project: Steenwijk Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 66.8 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2015
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Eesveen, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 52.81994972, 6.15972996 (exact)[61]
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Project: Tietjerksteradeel II Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 60.5 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1974
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Jistrum, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.20351126, 6.06761759 (exact)[61]
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Project: Tietjerksteradeel III Gas Field

  • Owner: NAM (Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V.)[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 34.3 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 2010
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Drogeham, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.20416467, 6.13451783 (exact)[61]
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Project: Waalwijk Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 25.6 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1991
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Waalwijk, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 51.69666155, 5.06473607 (exact)[61]
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Project: Zuidwal Gas Field

  • Owner: Vermilion Energy Netherlands B.V.[61]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 23.0 million Normal cubic meters per year[58]
  • Startup year: 1988
  • Status: Shut down (temp)
  • Location: Wadden Sea, Netherlands
  • Coordinates: 53.18636754, 5.16576177 (exact)[61]
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Norway

Project: Aasta Hansteen Gas And Condensate Field

  • Owner: Equinor (formerly Statoil 51%), Wintershall (24%) OMV (15%) and ConocoPhillips (10%)[65]
  • Potential resources: 55.6 billion standard cubic-metres (Sm3) of gas and 0.6 million Sm3 of condensate (353 million barrels of oil equivalent)[66]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 23 million standard cubic-metres per day (144,000 barrels of oil equivalent) by 2023[66]
  • Startup year: 2018
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: 300 kilometres west of Sandnessjøen, Northern Norwegian Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 67.073412, 7.019856 (exact)[67]
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Project: Snøhvit Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor Energy (36.79%), Petoro (30%), Total E&P Norge (18.4%), Neptune Energy Norge (12%), Wintershall Dea Norge (2.81%)
  • Potential resources: 155 billion cubic meters[68]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 5.67 billion cubic metres per year
  • Startup year: 2007
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes: Uses subsea production facilities, see also Snohvit LNG Project
  • Location: Includes Snøhvit, Albatross and Askeladd gas fields in the southern Barents Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 71.598728, 21.012936 (exact)[68]
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Project: Alve Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor
  • Potential resources: 2.68 billion cubic meters[69]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.11 million cubic metres per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.61 billion cubic metres per year
  • Startup year: 2009
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes:
  • Location: 16 kilometres south-west of Norne, Norway
  • Coordinates: 65.95031253, 7.83972222 (exact)[69]
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Project: Alvheim Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Aker BP ASA 65%, ConocoPhillips 20%, Lundin Norway 15%[70]
  • Potential resources: 10.7 million standard cubic meters of oil; 5.1 billion standard cubic meters of gas[71]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 70 000 barrels/day[72]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.55 billion standard cubic meters per year[71]
  • Startup year: 2008
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: northern North Sea near border with British sector, Norway
  • Coordinates: 59.555345, 1.965840 (exact)[71]
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Project: Asgard Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor
  • Potential resources: 7.3 million standard cubic meters oil equivalents of oil; 40.1 billion standard cubic meters oil equivalents of gas[73]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 1.7 million standard cubic meters per year[73]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 8.2 billion standard cubic meters per year[73]
  • Startup year: 1999
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: about 200 kilometres off mid-Norway in the Norwegian Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 65.141073, 6.756365 (exact)[73]
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Project: Atla Gas And Condensate Field

  • Owner: Total
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.03 million standard cubic meters per year[74]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2012
  • Status: Being decommissioned by 2021
  • Location: central part of the North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 59.668421, 2.579127 (exact)[74]
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Project: Brage Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Wintershall Dea Norge (35.2%), Repsol Norge (33.84%), DNO Norge (14.25%), Vår Energi, (12.25%), Neptune Energy Norge,(4.44%)
  • Potential resources: 3.6 million standard cubic meters of oil; 0.75 billion standard cubic meters of gas[75]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.47 million standard cubic meters per day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.064 billion standard cubic meters per day
  • Startup year: 1993
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 60.557842, 3.057728 (exact)[75]
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Project: Gina Krog Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor (58.7%), Total (15%), Tellus Petroleum (15%), PGNiG (8%), Det Norske (3.3%)[76]
  • Potential resources: 11.2 million standard cubic-metres of oil; 12.2 billion standard cubic-metres of gas[77]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 1.6 million cubic meters of gas per year[77]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.84 billion cubic meters of gas per year[77]
  • Startup year: 2017
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 58.569413, 1.664455 (exact)[77]
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Project: Dvalin Gas Field

  • Owner: Wintershall Dea (55%), Petoro (35%), Edison (10%)[78]
  • Potential resources: 17.93 billion cubic meters of gas[79]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2020 Q4
  • Status: Construction
  • Location: 260 km north of Kristiansund in the Norwegian Sea, Norway[79]
  • Coordinates: 65.432347, 7.184890 (exact)[79]
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Project: Edvard Grieg Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Lundin (50%), OMV (20%), Equinor (15%) and Wintershall (15%)
  • Potential resources: 25.15 million standard cubic meters of oil; 2.32 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 4.5 million standard cubic meters per year[80]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.46 billion standard cubic meters per year[80]
  • Startup year: 2015
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: 190 km west of Stavanger, Norway
  • Coordinates: 58.849337, 2.257608 (exact)[80]
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Project: Fram Norway Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor (45%), Exxon (25%), GDF SUEZ (15%), Idemitsu (15%)[81]
  • Potential resources: 7.3 million standard cubic meters of oil; 11.3 billion standard cubic meters of gas[82]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 1.5 million standard cubic meters per year[82]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.66 billion standard cubic meters per year[82]
  • Startup year: 2003
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: northern part of the North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 61.042891, 3.584218 (exact)[82]
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Project: Froy Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Aker (92%), LOTUS (9.2%)[83]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1995-2001
  • Status: Shut down
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 59.729423, 2.558383 (exact)[83]
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Project: Gaupe Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Shell[84]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2012-2018[85]
  • Status: Shut down
  • Location: Norway
  • Coordinates: 57.981067, 1.928457 (exact)[85]
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Project: Gjoa Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Neptune Energy
  • Potential resources: 1.2 million standard cubic meters of oil; 10.4 billion standard cubic meters of gas[86]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.47 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 2.6 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2010
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: off the coast of the city of Florø, Norway
  • Coordinates: 61.366400, 3.959873 (exact)[86]
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Project: Gudrun Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor[87]
  • Potential resources: 7.57 million standard cubic meters of oil; 7.84 billion standard cubic meters of gas[88]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 1.8 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 1.4 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2014
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 58.845777, 1.748689 (exact)[88]
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Project: Heimdal Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor (29.4%), Petoro (20.0%), Total E&P Norge (16.7%), Spirit Energy (28.8%) and LOTOS Exploration and Production (5.0%)[89]
  • Potential resources: 0.04 billion standard cubic meters of gas remains[90]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.1 billion standard cubic meters per year[90]
  • Startup year: 1986
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes: Most of the gas reserves in the actual Heimdal reservoir had been produced towards the end of the 1990s. The field was modified to receive and process gas from the Huldra, Vale, Byggve/Skirne, Atla and Valemon fields.[89]
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 59.584790, 2.228820 (exact)[90]
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Project: Huldra Gas And Condensate Field

  • Owner: Equinor
  • Potential resources: Original 5.21 million standard cubic meters of oil; 17.34 billion standard cubic meters of gas[91]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0
  • Startup year: 2001
  • Status: Shut down (2014)
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 60.852270, 2.640114 (exact)[91]
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Project: Ivar Aasen Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Aker BP ASA
  • Potential resources: 18.41 million standard cubic meters of oil; 2.93 billion standard cubic meters of gas[92]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 2.8 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.4 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2016
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: northern North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 58.918848, 2.203764 (exact)[92]
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Project: Kristin Gas And Condensate Field

  • Owner: Equinor Energy AS (55.4%), Petoro AS (19.5%), Vår Energi AS (19.1%), Total E&P Norge AS (6%)[93]
  • Potential resources: 1.65 million standard cubic meters of oil; 3.49 billion standard cubic meters of gas[93]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 18 million cubic metres of rich gas per day[94]
  • Startup year: 2005
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: In the south-western part of the Halten Bank in the Norwegian Sea
  • Coordinates: 64.973138, 6.418797 (exact)[93]
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Project: Kvitebjorn Gas And Condensate Field

  • Owner: Equinor
  • Potential resources: 4.66 million standard cubic meters of oil; 23.32 billion standard cubic meters of gas[95]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.7 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 4.1 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2004
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 61.091634, 2.508032 (exact)[95]
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Project: Marulk Gas And Condensate Field

  • Owner: Equinor Energy (33%), INEOS E&P Norge (30%), Vår Energi (20%), DNO Norge (17%)[96][97]
  • Potential resources: 0.12 million standard cubic meters of oil; 2.1 billion standard cubic meters of gas[97]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.02 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.38 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2012
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Norwegian Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 65.953531, 7.581039 (exact)[97]
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Project: Mikkel Gas And Condensate Field

  • Owner: Vår Energi (48.4%), Equinor Energy (44%), Repsol Norge (7.6%)
  • Potential resources: 1.77 million standard cubic meters of oil; 10.04 billion standard cubic meters of gas[98]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.24 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 1.2 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2003
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Norwegian Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 64.678009, 7.673125 (exact)[98]
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Project: Njord Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Wintershall (50%), Equinor (27.5%), Neptune Energy (22.5%)[99]
  • Potential resources: 4.85 million standard cubic meters of oil; 13.46 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2020
  • Status: In repairs since 2016
  • Notes: Operated from 1997 to 2016. Temporarily shut down until 2020[100]
  • Location: Norwegian Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 64.269977, 7.176999 (exact)[99]
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Project: Ormen Lange Gas Field

  • Owner: Shell (17.8% operator), Statoil (25.4%), Petoro (36.5%), INEOS (14%) and ExxonMobil (6.3%)[101]
  • Potential resources: 99.1 billion standard cubic meters of gas[102]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 11.5 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2007
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Norwegian Sea, 120 kilometres (75 miles) north west of Kristiansund, Norway
  • Coordinates: 63.501146, 5.351692 (exact)[102]
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Project: Skarv Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor Energy (36%), Wintershall Dea Norge (28%), Aker BP ASA (23%), PGNiG Upstream Norway (12%)[103]
  • Potential resources: 6.03 million standard cubic meters of oil; 16.6 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 1.2 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 3.1 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2012
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Norwegian Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 65.726144, 7.638918 (exact)[103]
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Project: Sleipner Vest Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor Energy (58%), Vår Energi (17%), LOTOS Exploration and Production Norge (15%), KUFPEC Norway (9%)[104]
  • Potential resources: 2.25 million standard cubic meters of oil; 10.5 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.5 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 2.7 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 1996
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 58.456726, 1.715962 (exact)[104]
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Project: Sleipner Øst Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor Energy (59.6%), Vår Energi AS (15.4%), LOTOS Exploration and Production Norge (15%), KUFPEC Norway (10%)[105]
  • Potential resources: 0.06 million standard cubic meters of oil; 0.25 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.04 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.16 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 1993
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 58.372273, 1.910375 (exact)[105]
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Project: Statfjord Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor (44.33%), Spirit Energy Norway (34.29%), Vår Energi (21.36%)[106][107]
  • Potential resources: 3.65 million standard cubic meters of oil; 5.90 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.88 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.98 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 1979
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 61.271311, 1.874729 (exact)[107]
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Project: Tambar Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Aker BP (55%), Faroe Petroleum Norge (45%)[108][109]
  • Potential resources: 1.67 million standard cubic meters of oil; 0.42 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.19 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2001
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 56.968074, 2.969601 (exact)[109]
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Project: Troll Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: Petoro (56%), Equinor Energy (30%), A/S Norske Shel (8%), Total E&P Norge (3%), ConocoPhillips Skandinavia (2%)[110]
  • Potential resources: 14.11 million standard cubic meters of oil; 784.87 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 5.7 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 28 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 1995
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 60.653070, 3.813876 (exact)[110]
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Project: Tyrihans Oil and Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor (58%), Total E&P Norge (23%), Vår Energi (18%)[111][112]
  • Potential resources: 186 million barrels of oil and condensate; 41.5 million standard cubic metres of gas.[111]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.84 million standard cubic meters per year[112]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 2.97 billion standard cubic meters per year[112]
  • Startup year: 2009
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Norwegian Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 64.797463, 7.002040 (exact)[112]
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Project: Valemon Gas and Condensate Field

  • Owner: Equinor Energy (67%), Petoro (30%), A/S Norske Shell (3%)[113][114]
  • Potential resources: 0.48 million standard cubic meters of oil; 4.44 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.17 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 1.43 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2015
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: About 160 kilometres west of Bergen in the North Sea, Norway[113]
  • Coordinates: 61.049389, 2.352025 (exact)[114]
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Project: Varg Oil and Gas Field

  • Owner: Repsol (65%), Petoro (30%), Det norske oljeselskap (5%)[115]
  • Potential resources: Original 16.33 million standard cubic meters of oil; 0.30 billion standard cubic meters of gas[116]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0
  • Startup year: 1998
  • Status: Shut down (2016)[116]
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 58.071410, 1.909482 (exact)[116]
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Project: Vega Gas and Condensate Field

  • Owner: Wintershall Norge (56.25%), Petoro (30%), Spirit Energy (6.25%), Neptune Energy (3.75%) Idemitsu (3.75%)[117]
  • Potential resources: 18 billion standard cubic metres of gas (11 billion remaining[117]), 26 millions barrels of condensate and 500,000 tons of natural gas liquids[118]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.43 million standard cubic meters per year[117]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 1.36 billion standard cubic meters per year[117]
  • Startup year: 2010
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 61.275483, 3.374397 (exact)[117]
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Project: Veslefrikk Oil and Gas Field

  • Owner: Petoro (37%), Repsol (27%), Wintershall Dea Norge (18%), Equinor Energy(18%)[119]
  • Potential resources: 1.36 million standard cubic meters of oil; 0.81 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.22 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.13 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 1989
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 60.790407, 2.889449 (exact)[119]
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Project: Vigdis Oil and Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor Energy (41.5%), Petoro AS (30%), Vår Energi (16.1%), Idemitsu Petroleum Norge (9.6%), Wintershall Dea Norge (2.8%)[120]
  • Potential resources: 10.25 million standard cubic meters of oil; 0.01 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.89 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.012 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 1997
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes: Equinor plans to boost production of oil with new boosting station by 2021[121]
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 61.384870, 2.124364 (exact)[120]
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Project: Visund Oil and Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor Energy (53.2%), Petoro (30%), ConocoPhillips Skandinavia (9.1%), Repsol Norge (7.7%)[122]
  • Potential resources: 7.28 million standard cubic meters of oil; 39.72 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 1.39 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 4.51 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 1999
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 61.371939, 2.472967 (exact)[122]
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Project: Visund Sør Oil and Gas Field

  • Owner: Equinor Energy (53.2%), Petoro (30%), ConocoPhillips Skandinavia (9.1%), Repsol Norge (7.7%)[123]
  • Potential resources: 0.27 million standard cubic meters of oil; 1.63 billion standard cubic meters of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0.09 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.51 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2012
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes: Visund Sør includes the Pan and Pandora discoveries.[124]
  • Location: North Sea, Norway
  • Coordinates: 61.297364, 2.345820 (exact)[123]
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Project: Liverpool Bay Development

  • Owner: ENI[125]
  • Potential resources: 150 million barrels of oil and 1.2 trillion cubic feet of gas[126]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 70,000 barrels per day[126]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 300 million cubic feer per day[126]
  • Startup year: 1995
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes: Includes Hamilton and Hamilton North fields, along with Douglas Oil Field and Lennox Oil Field, which was owned by BHP until 2014.[126] The oil and gas from those fields are funneled through the Douglas Complex, which is the position on the map below.[127]
  • Location: Wales, East Irish Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.538039, -3.576872 (exact)[127]
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Project: Harrier Gas Field

  • Owner: Ithaca Energy[128]
  • Potential resources: 60 million barrels of oil equivalent[128]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 2.2 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per year[129]
  • Startup year: 2018
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Greater Stella area, Central North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 56.700833, 2.068056 (approximate)[128]
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Project: Hawksley Gas Field

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips (59.5%), GDF Britain Ltd (26.4%), Tullow Exploration Ltd (14.1%)[130]
  • Potential resources: 80 billion cubic meters of gas[131]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0
  • Startup year: 2002
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[132][133]
  • Notes: It was the first Carboniferous discovery there to be produced by subsea technology. The project is called Caister Murdock III development and includes reservoirs McAdam, Murdoch K, Boulton H, and Watt.[130]
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 54.434625, 2.300146 (exact)[134]
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Project: Heather Oil & Gas Field

  • Owner: EnQuest[135]
  • Potential resources: Originally 460 million barrels
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1978
  • Status: Shut down for repairs[136]
  • Location: North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 60.892346, 0.600170 (approximate)[137]
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Project: Hewett Gas Field

  • Owner: Eni (89%), Perenco Gas (UK) Limited (11%)[138]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 12 million standard cubic feet per day[139]
  • Startup year: 1969[137]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: 28 kilometres north-east of Bacton in Norfolk, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.021978, 1.787074 (approximate)[140]
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Project: Horne and Wren Gas Fields

  • Owner: Tullow Oil
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 60-100 million cubic feet per day
  • Startup year: 2005[141]
  • Status: Shut down (2012)[142]
  • Notes: Tullow Oil temporarily shuttered production in the summer of 2006 with plans to begin again in the winter due to gas prices.[143] It started decommissioning the fields in 2016.[144]
  • Location: southern North Sea, 65 kilometres East of the Bacton Terminal, United Kingdom[145]
  • Coordinates: 52.903292, 2.598586 (exact)
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Project: Indefatigable East Gas Field

  • Owner: Shell (50%), ExxonMobil (50%)[146]
  • Potential resources: Final count: 1793.6 bscf (49.9 BCM) of natural gas and 3.6 MMbbl (0.57 MMm3)[146]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1971
  • Status: Shut down (2005)[146]
  • Location: 60 miles (100 km) north-east of Great Yarmouth, North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.042791, 2.965969 (approximate)
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Project: Islay Gas Field

  • Owner: Total[147] and E&P Norse (5.5%)[148]
  • Potential resources: 17 million barrels of oil equivalent[147]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 30 million standard cubic meters per year[148]
  • Startup year: 2012
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 60.555742, 1.938620 (exact)[148]
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Project: Judy/Joanne, Jade and Jasmine Gas and Condensate Fields

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips Petroleum Co. UK Ltd. (32.5%), BG Group (35%), Texaco North Sea UK Co. (19.93%), Agip (UK) Ltd. (7%), and OMV (UK) Ltd. (5.57%)[149]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 49 million cubic feet per day[150]
  • Startup year: 2002[149]
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes: Collectively known as the J Area. ConocoPhillips extended Jade field in 2014.[151] They paused production between 2016-2018 due to low gas prices.[152]
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 55.368939, 0.286931 (approximate)[151]
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Project: Johnston of Gas Field

  • Owner: Premier Oil (50.1%)[153]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 90 million standard cubic feet per day[154]
  • Startup year: 2005[155]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: 105 km east of Hull, North Sea, United Kingdom[154]
  • Coordinates: 54.0147219, 1.295833 (exact)[134]
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Project: Juliet Gas Field

  • Owner: Neptune Energy[156]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: Peak 80 million standard cubic feet per day[157]
  • Startup year: 2014
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[156]
  • Location: 40 kilometers East of the Humberside estuary, Southern North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.553457, 0.619414 (exact)[156]
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Project: Seagull Gas Field

  • Owner: Neptune Energy[156]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2022
  • Status: In development
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 51.497597, -0.135342 (exact)
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Project: Juno Gas Fields

  • Owner: BG Group, Perenco, Amerada Hess[158]
  • Potential resources: 300 billion cubic feet of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2002[158]
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes: June consists of four gas fields - Whittle, Wollaston, Minerva and Apollo. Owners for Minerva and Apollo are BG Group (65%), Amerada Hess (35%); for Wollason and Whittle are Perenco[159], BG , and Amerada Hess[158]
  • Location: 40 km offshore north Humberside, Southern North Sea, United Kingdom[160]
  • Coordinates: 53.950147, 0.594915 (exact)[134][161]
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Project: Indefatigable West Gas Field

  • Owner: Perenco[161]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1971
  • Status: Operating[161][162]
  • Notes: One of the fields platforms was shut down in 2016 due to a fatal accident.[163][164]
  • Location: 60 miles (100 km) north-east of Great Yarmouth, North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.323611, 2.575278 (exact)[134]
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Project: Jupiter Gas Field

  • Owner: Chrysaor[165]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1995
  • Status: Shut down (2016)[166][167]
  • Notes: Includes Ganymede ZD, Europa EZ, Callisto ZM and NW Bell ZX fields.
  • Location: About 100 miles east of Mablethorpe, United Kingdom[167]
  • Coordinates: 53.417391, 2.627606 (exact)
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Project: Katy Gas Field

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips, Tullow Oil, GDF Suez[168][169]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2013
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[170]
  • Location: Southern North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.400000, 2.650000 (exact)[171]
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Project: Kelvin Gas Field

  • Owner: CononoPhillips[172]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 126 million standard cubic feet per day peak
  • Startup year: 2007[173]
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[170]
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 54.336577, 2.258694 (exact)[134]
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Project: Ketch Gas Field

  • Owner: DNO[174]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1996[175]
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[176]
  • Location: North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 54.666667, 2.483333 (exact)[176]
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Project: Kew Gas Field

  • Owner: Spirit Energy[177][178]
  • Potential resources: 40 billion cubic feet of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 0 million standard cubic meters per year
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 35 million cubic feet of gas per day[178]
  • Startup year: 2014[178]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: 144 km (89 mi) from the Norfolk coast, 5 km from the U.K./Netherlands median line, United Kingdom[179]
  • Coordinates: 53.865522, 2.783829 (approximate)[180]
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Project: Kinnoull Oil And Gas Field

  • Owner: BP (77.06%), JX Nippon Exploration & Production (22.94%)[181]
  • Potential resources: 45 million barrels of oil equivalent
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 50,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day[182]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0 billion standard cubic meters per year
  • Startup year: 2014[182]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Central North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 57.547437, 0.899203 (exact)[183]
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Project: Laggan and Tormore Gas Fields

  • Owner: Total[184]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: N/A
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 90,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day
  • Startup year: 2016
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: About 125km (77 miles) to the north west of the Shetland Islands, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 60.980131, -3.282535 (approximate)
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Project: Lancelot Complex Gas Fields

  • Owner: Perenco[185]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1993
  • Status: Operating
  • Notes: The complex is made up of Lancelot, Excalibur, Galahad and Malory Fields
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.401177, 1.392259 (exact)[185]
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Project: Guinevere Gas Field

  • Owner: Perenco Gas (UK) Limited (75%), Hansa Hydrocarbons (25%)[185]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1993
  • Status: Shut down (2017)[185]
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.414722, 1.273611 (exact)[185]
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Project: Leman Gas Field

  • Owner: Perenco Gas (UK) Limited
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 600 million standard cubic feet per day[186]
  • Startup year: 1968[187]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.082184, 2.168079 (exact)[187]
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Project: Loirston Oil and Gas Field

  • Owner: Mobil North Sea Ltd,[188] Shell (45%)[189]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2011[190]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: 157 kilometres to the east of Bressay on Shetland, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 59.536559, 1.531523 (approximate)
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Project: Lomond Oil and Gas Field

  • Owner: Chrysaor[191]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1993[192]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: 268-kilometres east of Aberdeen, Central North Sea, United Kingdom[191]
  • Coordinates: 57.291667, 2.150000 (exact)[193]
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Project: MacCulloch Oil and Gas Field

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips[194]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1997
  • Status: Shut down (2015)[194]
  • Location: Central North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 58.090256, 0.978940 (approximate)[194]
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Project: Markham Gas Field

  • Owner: Spirit Energy[195]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1994[196]
  • Status: Shut down (2016)[195]
  • Location: North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.845494, 2.775552 (approximate)[195]
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Project: McAdam Gas Field

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips (59.5%), GDF Britain Ltd. (26.4%), Tullow Oil UK Ltd. (14.1%)[197]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: Initially 60-65 million standard cubic feet per day[197]
  • Startup year: 2003[197]
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[170]
  • Notes: Part of the Caister Murdoch System[197]
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.400000, 2.650000 (approximate)[170]
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Project: Merganser Gas Field

  • Owner: Shell,[198] Premier Oil
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2006[198]
  • Status: Operating/Shut
  • Location: Central North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 58.163889, 1.928944 (exact)[199]
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Project: Millom and Dalton Gas Fields

  • Owner: Spirit Energy[200]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2000
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: About 40km west of Walney Island, Barrow-in-Furness, Irish Sea, United Kingdom[201]
  • Coordinates: 54.108730, -3.865234 (approximate)[201]
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Project: Mimas and Tethys Gas Fields

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips, RWE Dea AG, and by Venture North Sea Gas Ltd[202]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2007
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[203]
  • Notes: Part of LOGGS area[204]
  • Location: Southern North Sea, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.491750, 2.165456 (approximate)[203]
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Project: Munro Gas Field

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips, Tullow (15%)
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 80 MMscfd of gas condensate[205]
  • Startup year: 2005[206]
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[203]
  • Location: Located in Block 44/17, 5km southwest of the subsea Hawksley facilities, United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.491750, 2.165456 (approximate)[203]
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Project: Montrose Arbroath Oil and Gas Field

  • Owner: Repsol Sinopec (58.97%), Marubeni Oil & Gas (UK) Ltd. (41.03%)[207]
  • Potential resources: 100 million boe of reserves[208]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2017
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: 120 miles east of Aberdeen, United Kingdom[209]
  • Coordinates: 57.197527, 1.082978 (approximate)
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Project: Murdoch Gas Field

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips[210]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1993
  • Status: Shut down (2018)[210]
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Coordinates: 53.400000, 2.650000 (approximate)
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Project: North West Hutton Oil Field

  • Owner: BP[211]
  • Potential resources: 487 million barrels of oil equivalent[212]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1983
  • Status: Retired (2003)
  • Location: North Sea, 130 km northeast of the Shetland Islands
  • Coordinates: 60.939617, 1.280091 (approximate)[213]
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Project: North Morecambe Gas Field

  • Owner: Centrica[214]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1994
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: East Irish Sea
  • Coordinates: 53.973985, -3.674362 (approximate)
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Project: Ninian Oil Field

  • Owner: Canadian Natural Resources (CNR)[215]
  • Potential resources: 1 billion barrels (2010)
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 11,000 barrels/day (2013)
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1978
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea
  • Coordinates: 60.806187, 0.711930 (approximate)[216]
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Project: Neptune Gas Field

  • Owner: Perenco[217]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1999[216]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Southern North Sea, blocks 047/04b and 047/09b
  • Coordinates: 53.734218, 0.711930 (approximate)[218]
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Project: Mercury Gas Field

  • Owner: Perenco[217]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1999[216]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea
  • Coordinates: 53.993365, 0.887711 (approximate)[219]
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Project: Orwell Gas Field

  • Owner: Tullow Oil[220]
  • Potential resources: 309 billion cubic feet
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1993
  • Status: Retired (2014)
  • Location: UK Southern North Sea, approximately 100 km off the coast of Norfolk
  • Coordinates: 52.986349, 3.176880 (approximate)
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Project: Osprey Oil Field

  • Owner: Fairfield Energy[221]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1991
  • Status: Retired (decommissioning complete by 2021)[222]
  • Location: UK North Sea, 195 km northeast of Shetland
  • Coordinates: 61.022630, 0.208483 (approximate)
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Project: Pelican Oil Field

  • Owner: TAQA Bratani Ltd.
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 5,000 barrels/day[223]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year:
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: UK North Sea, block 211/26a
  • Coordinates: 60.934473, 0.143252 (approximate)[224]
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Project: Penguin Oil Fields

  • Owner: Shell UK, ExxonMobil
  • Potential resources: 418 million barrels of oil equivalent[225]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 45,000 barrels oil equivalent/day[226]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2002
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: UK North Sea, 241 km (150 miles) northeast of the Shetland Islands
  • Coordinates: 61.202701, 0.366902 (approximate)
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Project: Pickerill Gas Fields

  • Owner: Perenco[227]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1992
  • Status: Retired (2018)[228]
  • Location: North Sea
  • Coordinates: 53.502561, 0.955994 (approximate)
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Project: Pierce Oil Field

  • Owner: Shell UK, Ithaca Energy UK Ltd.[229][230]
  • Potential resources: 100 million barrels of oil, 202 billion cubic feet of gas[231]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 45,000 barrels/day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 110 million cubic feet/day
  • Startup year: 1999
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Central North Sea, blocks 23/22a and 23/27, approximately 280 km east of Aberdeen, Scotland[231]
  • Coordinates: 57.363801, 4.203096 (approximate)
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Project: Piper Oil Field

  • Owner: Talisman Energy
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1976, 1993[232]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Central North Sea, approximately 193 km northeast of Aberdeen, Scotland
  • Coordinates: 58.475715, -0.119435 (approximate)
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Quad 24 Project

  • Owner: BP[233]
  • Potential resources: 450 million barrels of oil[234]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 130,000 barrels of oil equivalent/day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2017[235]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, west of the UK Shetland region
  • Coordinates: 60.410431, 3.231395 (approximate)
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Project: Ravenspurn North Gas Field

  • Owner: Perenco[236]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1990
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: South North Sea[237]
  • Coordinates: 54.043643, 0.924299 (approximate)
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Project: Rhum Gas Field

  • Owner: BP, The Iranian Oil Co.[238][239]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2005
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Central North Sea, approximately 240 miles northeast of Aberdeen, off Shetland
  • Coordinates: 57.928202, 2.730928 (approximate)
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Project: Rhyl Gas Field

  • Owner: Centrica[240]
  • Potential resources: 80 billion cubic feet[241]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2013
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: East Irish North Sea, in Block 113/27b, approximately 40 km off the coast of Barrow, UK
  • Coordinates: 53.632411, -4.392014 (approximate)
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Project: Rita Gas Field

  • Owner: E.ON Ruhrgas UK[242]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 70 million cubic feet/day[243]
  • Startup year: 2009
  • Status: Retired (2018)
  • Location: North Sea, 80 km northeast of Hull, UK
  • Coordinates: 54.064993, 2.737010 (approximate)
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Project: Rose Bank Gas & Oil Field

  • Owner: Chevron
  • Potential resources: 240 million barrels of oil equivalent[244]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 75,000 barrels/day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 100,000 million cubic feet/day
  • Startup year: 2017
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Approximately 80 miles (130 km) northwest of the Shetland Islands, UK
  • Coordinates: 60.977741,-3.673512 (approximate)
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Project: Ross and Blake Oil Fields

  • Owner: RockRose Energy[245]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 800 barrels/day (Ross Field), 9,486 barrels/day (Blake Field)[246]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1999 (Ross Field), 2001 (Blake Field)
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Central North Sea, approximately 64 miles from Aberdeen in the Outer Moray Firth[247]
  • Coordinates: 58.255190, -1.640014 (approximate)[248]
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Project: Saltfleetby Gas Field

  • Owner: WINGAS GmbH[249]
  • Potential resources: 90 billion cubic feet of gas (total)
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 50 million cubic feet/day
  • Startup year: 1999
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: East Lincolnshire, UK at the western extent of the Humber Basin[250]
  • Coordinates: 53.385411, 0.153504 (approximate)
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Project: Saturn Gas Fields

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips, Venture Ltd.[251]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 170 million cubic feet/day[251]
  • Startup year: 2005
  • Status: Retired (2018)[216]
  • Location: Southern North Sea, blocks 48/10a and 48/10b, 60 miles from the Norfolk coastline.[251]
  • Coordinates: 52.479096, 3.421326 (approximate)
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Project: Schooner Gas Field

  • Owner: Faroe Petroleum[252]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1996
  • Status: Retired (2018)[253]
  • Location: Southern North Sea
  • Coordinates: 53.906327, 1.269787 (approximate)
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Project: Scott and Telford Oil & Gas Fields

  • Owner: Nexen Petroleum UK Ltd.[254]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1993 (Scott Field), 1996 (Telford Field)
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, in the Outer Moray Firth[255]
  • Coordinates: 58.105844,-2.599121 (approximate)
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Project: Sean Gas Field

  • Owner: Shell UK, Oranje-Nassau Energie (ONE)[256][257]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1986
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Southern North Sea, approximately 68 mi (109 km) northeast of Lowestoft, UK[257]
  • Coordinates: 52.938517, 3.340510 (approximate)
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Project: Seven Seas Gas Field

  • Owner: Centrica[258]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2012
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Southern North Sea
  • Coordinates: (approximate)
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Project: Shamrock and Caravel Gas Fields

  • Owner: Shell UK[259]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 120 million cubic feet/day[260]
  • Startup year: 2008
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Southern North Sea, blocks 49/20a and 49/20b, approximately 115 km northeast of Bacton and 10 km west of the UK-Netherlands border
  • Coordinates: 53.488625, 4.302943 (approximate)
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Project: Shearwater Gas & Condensate Field

  • Owner: Shell UK
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 400 million cubic feet/day[261]
  • Startup year: 2000[216]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Central North Sea, approximately 200 km east of Aberdeen, Scotland
  • Coordinates: 57.194788, 1.634851 (approximate)
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Project: Shelley Oil Field

  • Owner: Premier Oil
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 12,000 barrels/day[262]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2009
  • Status: Retired (2010)[262]
  • Location: Central North Sea, approximately 192 km east of Fraserburgh, Scotland
  • Coordinates: 57.647332, 1.783166 (approximate)
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Project: Solan Oil Field

  • Owner: Premier Oil
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 28,000 barrels/day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2016[263]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: The North Sea, 96 km northwest of Orkney Islands; 135 km southwest of Shetland mainland
  • Coordinates: 59.924135, -3.886100 (approximate)[264]
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Project: Solitaire Oil Field

  • Owner: Nexen Petroleum UK Ltd.
  • Potential resources: 1.6 million tons of oil, 84.2 million cubic metres of gas[265]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2015[266]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Central North Sea, block 14/26a
  • Coordinates: 57.224300, -0.790190 (approximate)
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Project: South Morecambe Gas Field

  • Owner: Spirit Energy[267]
  • Potential resources: 700 trillion cubic feet (original), 300 billion cubic feet (2018)
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1985
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: East Irish Sea
  • Coordinates: 53.859133,-3.655136 (approximate)
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Project: Stella Oil & Gas Field

  • Owner: Ithaca Energy
  • Potential resources: 77 million barrels of oil equivalent[268]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 5,000 barrels/day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2012
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Central North Sea
  • Coordinates: 56.285912, 3.459260 (approximate)
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Project: Teal and Teal South Oil & Gas Fields

  • Owner: Anasuria Operating Company (AOC)[269][270]
  • Potential resources: 50.2 million stock tank barrels of oil, 49.4 billion cubic feet of gas
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1996
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Central North Sea, block 21/25
  • Coordinates: 56.188220, 3.635041 (approximate)
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Project: Tern Oil Field

  • Owner: TAQA Bratani Ltd.[271]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1989
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea
  • Coordinates: 60.919625, 0.547883 (approximate)[272]
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Project: Thames Gas Field

  • Owner: Tullow Oil
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1986
  • Status: Retired (2014)[273]
  • Location: Southern North Sea, block 49/28
  • Coordinates: 53.013717, 2.146877 (approximate)[274]
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Project: Thistle Oil Field

  • Owner: EnQuest
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 125,000 barrels of oil/day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1978
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, 125 miles (201 km) northeast of Sumburgh in the Shetland Isles[275]
  • Coordinates: 60.322025, 1.776703 (approximate)
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Project: Thoresby (Chablis) Gas Field

  • Owner: Discover Exploration Ltd.[276][277]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 85 billion cubic feet/year[278]
  • Startup year: 2002
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, block 48/16
  • Coordinates: 53.482579, 0.576234 (approximate)[279]
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Project: Tiffany Oil Field

  • Owner: CNR International[280]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1993
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Central North Sea, 155 miles northeast of Aberdeen, Scotland
  • Coordinates: 57.350924,3.273840 (approximate)
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Project: Topaz Gas Field

  • Owner: RWE Dea
  • Potential resources: 32 billion cubic feet[281]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 0.9 cubic metres/day[282]
  • Startup year: 2009
  • Status: Retired (2018)[216]
  • Location: Southern North Sea, blocks 49/2a and 49/1a
  • Coordinates: 51.857792, 2.521228 (approximate)
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Project: Triton Oil & Gas Field

  • Owner: Dana Petroleum
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2000
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Central North Sea, block 21/30, approximately 120 miles east of Aberdeen, Scotland.[283]
  • Coordinates: 57.157330, 1.276613 (approximate)
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Project: Tweedsmuir Oil & Gas Field

  • Owner: Talisman Energy Ltd., First Oil Expo
  • Potential resources: 71 million barrels of oil equivalent[284]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 40,000 barrels/day
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2007[285]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: North Sea, approximately 100 miles northeast of Aberdeen, Scotland.[284]
  • Coordinates: 57.920909, 0.057130 (approximate)
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Project: Valkyrie Gas Field

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips (UK) Ltd.
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2004
  • Status: Retired (2016)[216]
  • Location: North Sea, block 49/16
  • Coordinates: 53.407873, 1.573036 (approximate)[286]
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Project: Vampire Gas Field

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips (UK) Ltd.
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1999
  • Status: Retired (2016)[216]
  • Location: North Sea, block 49/16
  • Coordinates: 53.407873, 1.573036 (approximate)[286]
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Project: Viscount Gas Field

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips (UK) Ltd.
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2002
  • Status: Retired (2015)[216]
  • Location: North Sea, block 49/17
  • Coordinates: 53.407873, 1.573036 (approximate)[286]
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Project: Victoria Gas Field

  • Owner: Silverstone Energy Ltd.[287]
  • Potential resources: 36 billion cubic feet[288]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 15 MMcfd
  • Startup year: 2008
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Southern North Sea, block 49/17
  • Coordinates: 53.437334, 1.748817 (approximate)
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Project: Viking Gas Field

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips (UK) Ltd., BP
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 200 MMcfd (Viking B Complex)
  • Startup year: 1972[289]
  • Status: Retired
  • Location: In the southern North Sea, approximately 138 km east of Theddlethorpe on the Lincolnshire, UK coast[290]
  • Coordinates: 53.378392, 3.067177 (approximate)
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Project: Vulcan East Gas Field

  • Owner: Bridge Energy ASA[291]
  • Potential resources: 150-250 bcf[292]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 28 MMcfd
  • Startup year: 2011
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Southern North Sea
  • Coordinates: 52.753293, 1.959245 (approximate)
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Project: York Gas Field

  • Owner: Centrica
  • Potential resources: 106 billion cubic feet[293]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 120 million cubic feet/day[293]
  • Startup year: 2013
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Southern North Sea, approximately 34 km off the coast of East Yorkshire, UK[293]
  • Coordinates: 53.966145, 0.613420 (approximate)
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Project: Watt Gas Field

  • Owner: ConocoPhillips (UK) Ltd.
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2003[294]
  • Status: Retired (2018)[295]
  • Location: Southern North Sea
  • Coordinates: 51.640595, 2.315464 (approximate)
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Project: Waveney Gas Field

  • Owner: Perenco[296]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1998
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: Southern North Sea, approximately 8 km southwest of the retired Guinevere facility[297]
  • Coordinates: 51.362766, 1.304722 (approximate)
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Project: Welland Gas Field

  • Owner: Tullow Exploration Ltd.[298]
  • Potential resources: 7.56 billion cubic metres[299]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 1.03 billion cubic metres/year
  • Startup year: 1990
  • Status: Retired (2010)[298]
  • Location: Southern North Sea, approximately 20 km southeast of the retired Thames Complex
  • Coordinates: 53.011569, 2.683333 (approximate)
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Project: Wenlock Gas Field

  • Owner: Alpha Petroleum, Edison[300]
  • Potential resources: 3.5 billion cubic feet (as of 2017)
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 42 billion cubic feet (total)
  • Startup year: 2007
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: In the southern North Sea, in block 49/12a, approximately 95 km northeast of Mundesley in Norfolk, and 45 km from the UK/Dutch median line.[301][300]
  • Coordinates: 53.207077, 2.651227 (approximate)
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Project: West Don Oil Field

  • Owner: Petrofac Energy Developments[302]
  • Potential resources: 21.5 million barrels[302]
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection: 25,000 barrels/day[302]
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 2009[303]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: In the northern North Sea, in blocks 211/13b to 211/18a, approximately 150 km northeast of the Shetland Islands[302]
  • Coordinates: 60.901100, 2.064136 (approximate)
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Project: Windermere Gas Field

  • Owner: RWE Dea[304]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection:
  • Startup year: 1997[305]
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: The North Sea, in block 49/9b, United Kingdom[304]
  • Coordinates: 53.798840, 2.873108 (approximate)
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Project: Wingate Gas Field

  • Owner: Wintershall, Gazprom Germania, Exxon Mobil, Gas-Union[306]
  • Potential resources:
  • Resource type: Oil
    • Output projection:
  • Resource type: Gas
    • Output projection: 1.5 million cubic meters/day (1.11 billion cubic meters/year)
  • Startup year: 2011
  • Status: Operating
  • Location: The North Sea, approximately 110 miles (177 km) from the UK coastline and 6.5 miles (10.5 km) west of the British/Dutch median line.[306][307]
  • Coordinates: 54.971155, 1.613557 (approximate)
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