CONOCO SHUTS DOWN NORTH SEA GAS FIELD

Conoco (U.K.) Ltd. has halted production from the Viking A gas production complex in the southern part of the U.K. North Sea. Viking, owned jointly by Conoco and BP Exploration, is a first generation gas field developed in the early 1970s. The field lies in Blocks 49/12, 49/16, and 49/17. Gas production will continue from the Viking B complex, which has five unmanned satellite platforms and produces about 200 MMcfd. During last winter's peak gas demand the two production centers were

Nov 4th, 1991
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