WORLD OFFSHORE DEVELOPMENT TO GROW

05/11/1992
Jeremy Daniel Infield Systems Ltd. London Operators are considering 1,339 new offshore oil and gas fields for development between 1992 and 1997. Tracking planned offshore field developments has become an increasingly difficult task as exploration has moved into more and more offshore areas. The fields listed in Worldwide Offshore Field Prospects to 1997, prepared by Infield Systems Ltd., are spread over 64 countries. In its digest of data on planned fields, the report also lists 1,104 platforms, 871 subsea units, and 40,697 km of pipeline of 6 in. diameter and greater being considered for 1992-97 (Table 1). ...
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