EXPORT CRUDES FOR THE '90S NORTH SEA EMERALD CRUDE OIL ASSAYED

Anne K. Rhodes Refining/petrochemical editor An analysis of crude from Emerald field, 70 miles east of the Shetland Islands in the British North Sea, shows that the crude is much heavier than typical North Sea crude. Elements of the long-delayed project appear to be in place, but production has not yet begun. Plans call for producing the field at a rate of 30,000-40,000 b/d from a floating storage unit.

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