Oil production begins from Flyndre field in North Sea

Maersk Oil has started production from Flyndre field in the UK and Norwegian North Sea. Oil is traveling 25 km via pipeline to the Repsol Sinopec Resources-operated Clyde platform.

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Maersk Oil has started production from Flyndre field in the UK and Norwegian North Sea. Oil is traveling 25 km via pipeline to the Repsol Sinopec Resources-operated Clyde platform.

Production from Flyndre field is expected to peak at 10,000 bo/d and last until at least 2023. The field, discovered in 1974, lies 293 km southeast of Aberdeen on Blocks 30/13 and 30/14 in the UK North Sea and 325 km west-southwest of Stavanger on Block 1/5 (PL018C) in the Norwegian North Sea.

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Flyndre is developed as a subsea tie-back to the Clyde platform with a single production well. The export route takes production from the platform via the Repsol Sinopec-operated Fulmar platform and onwards to Teesside via the Norpipe system.

Partners in the Flyndre field development are Maersk Oil UK Ltd. with 65.941% interest, Repsol Sinopec Resources UK Ltd. 22.739%, Repsol Sinopec North Sea Ltd. 4.24%, Maersk Oil Norway AS 6.255%, Statoil Petroleum AS 0.471%, and Petoro AS 0.354%.

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