U.K. OFFSHOPE OIL FLOW ABVANCES TO 5 YEAR HIGH MARK

Oil production off the U.K. averaged 2.41 million b/d in March, up 4% from February and the highest month's average in 5 years. Those figures were published by Royal Bank of Scotland plc, Edinburgh, which attributed most of the rise to fields recently placed on production. Most notable gain was in Nelson field, which added 37,800 b/d to average production, a rise of 284% from February. In addition, Tiffany field flow increased 129% over February because of an extra 23,000 b/d during March.

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