GAIN SEEN FOP U.K. OFFSHORE OIL LOADING

Loading at sea could handle 750,000 b/d or 30% of U.K. offshore oil production in 1998, a 20% gain from today's total. That's the prediction of Wood Mackenzie Consultants Ltd., Edinburgh, which says a considerable volume of oil forecast to go on stream in the late 1990s will come from offshore areas remote from production infrastructure. Four U.K. projects to develop five fields using offshore loading are under way.

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