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BG adds satellite wells to Everest production in North Sea

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READING, UK – BG Group has started production from its Everest East expansion project in the UK central North Sea.

This involves two subsea wells connected to the North Everest platform and brownfield modifications to the existing production system. Output should build to a peak of more than 10,000 boe/d. Total reserves under development are 20.6 MMboe.

BG Group operates the Everest field with a 99.1% interest. Production started in 1993.

3/18/2013

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