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Further delay hits UK Huntington field start-up

Offshore staff

STAVANGER, Norway – All subsea preparations have been completed for the Huntington field development in the UK Central North Sea, according to partner Noreco. Final commissioning activities are in progress.

Delays caused by weather conditions and additional technical work have pushed back start-up to the first half of April.

4/2/2013

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