Huntington Subsea Preps Complete
Norwegian Energy Company (Noreco) reported Tuesday that all subsea preparations have been completed an final commissioning activities are now taking place at the Huntington field development in the UK sector of the North Sea.
Noreco said that during recent weeks there had been some delays in the project due to weather conditions and technical work that had taken longer than planned. But the firm added that first oil is expected during the first half of April.
After a ramp-up period, the field is expected to produce approximately 6,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day net to Noreco, it added.
Noreco has a 20-percent interest in the Huntington field, which is operated by E.ON Exploration & Production.
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