BG Norge starts oil output from Gaupe field

By OGJ editors

BG Norge AS has started oil production from Gaupe field in the southern North Sea offshore Norway.

Gaupe, in PL 292 on the UK-Norway median line 225 km off Norway, is expected to peak at 6,000 b/d of oil equivalent from 31 million boe gross recoverable. It is producing via subsea tieback to Armada production facilities in the UK Central North Sea.

BG Norge is Gaupe operator with 60% working interest, and Lundin Norway AS has 40%.

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