Huntington Field Restart Delayed Until 'At Least' Dec 18
Production from E.ON's Huntington field in the UK sector of the North Sea has been further delayed, Noreco – a stakeholder in the field – reported Monday.
Noreco said that the operator informed it that the delay has continued due to an incident during the restart of the CATS riser platform. The riser platform is expected to be closed until at least December 18, the firm added.
The Huntington field has been closed from October 18 due to export restrictions in the CATS pipeline system, with the restart of production originally scheduled for December 5.
The field also saw a production halt in April this year, with production being resumed in mid-May.
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