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BP drilling for more gas in the North Sea

BP drilling for more gas in the North Sea

08-12-2016 10:00:00


BP has begun drilling for gas deep beneath an existing field in the UK North Sea. The drilling, which leads down to the new layer several hundred meters below the existing Ravenspurn field, breathes new life into the aging field.

"The key will be whether the gas we hope to find, has a potential so the utilization is economically viable," says Mark Thomas, Regional President, BP North Sea.

Over the next 18 months BP plan to implement additional four exploration wells in the North Sea, and over the next 3-4 years a further 50 production wells.

Source: BP / Maritim Denmark


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