North Sea Enoch field set for production tree changeover

Roc Oil says the Enoch field in the UK central North Sea remains shut-in awaiting reinstatement of the production tree.

Offshore staff

SYDNEY, Australia – Roc Oil says the Enoch field in the UK central North Sea remains shut-in awaiting reinstatement of the production tree.

Remedial activity is planned for later this year, with production set to restart in late 2013/early 2014. Enoch is connected via subsea facilities to the Brae A platform.

At theBlane oil field in the Norwegian sector, average production of 6,936 b/d in 1Q 2013 was nearly triple the level of the previous quarter. This was due to reliability improvements at the host Ula platform, Roc says.

4/29/2013

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