NORTH SEA OIL PRODUCTION HEADED FOP RECORD VOLUME

North Sea oil production is set to reach record levels as new fields come on stream later this year. Exploration and appraisal drilling, however, has fallen dramatically, with the North Sea rig count at its lowest in more than a decade. Norwegian oil and natural gas liquids production in first half 1993 averaged 2.27 million b/d, up 5% from the same period last year. Production would have been significantly higher but for bad weather hindering tanker loading in January and February, said Wood

Aug 9th, 1993
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