SHETLAND ISLANDS FRONTIER MAY SEE USE OF FLOATING PRODUCTION SYSTEM

A floating production system is one of the options that could be employed for development of the Clair oil discovery in Block 206 west of Scotland's Shetland Islands. BP Exploration Operating Co. Ltd. said it intends to decide whether Clair, in a frontier area, is viable for development and what kind of development method might be used by the end of 1993. Victoria Oilfield Development Ltd., London, leads a group of companies chosen by BP to undertake a study of floating production system

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