The company’s new report – ‘Key Planned and Announced Upstream Projects in North Sea’ – indicates that among these, 16 represent the number of planned projects with identified development plans and 30 represent the number of early-stage announced projects that are undergoing conceptual studies and that are expected to be approved for development.
The key projects in the North Sea are expected to contribute about 948.5 thousand barrels of oil per day (mbd) of global crude production and about 1,394 million cubic feet per day (mmcfd) of global gas production in 2025.
Joseph Gatdula, Oil & Gas Analyst at GlobalData commented: “Our research indicates that among countries in the North Sea region, the UK leads with 10 planned projects, with Norway and the Netherlands following with five and one, respectively.
Among North Sea operators, Statoil Petroleum AS and Statoil UK Ltd lead with the highest operatorship with two planned projects each, of which two are crude and two are natural gas projects. In terms of announced projects, Independent Oil and Gas Ltd (IOG) has interest in four early-stage projects, followed by Statoil ASA, Statoil UK Ltd, Aker BP ASA, and Parkmead with two projects each
Meanwhile, Brent crude futures rose $2.02 to $76.87-barrel – its highest price for nearly four years – after US president Trump dumped Iran nuclear pact.
10 May 2018