Buzzard oil field

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Buzzard Oil Field
Country United Kingdom
Region North Sea
Offshore/onshore offshore
Operator Nexen - 43%,
Partners Suncor Energy - 30%, BG Group - 22%, Edinburgh Oil & Gas - 5%
Field history
Discovery 2001
Start of production 2007
Production
Current production of oil 180,000 barrels per day (~9.0×10^6 t/a)
Estimated oil in place

74 million tonnes
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The Buzzard Oil Field is an oil field located in the North Sea. It was discovered in 2001 by PanCanadian, and developed initially by EnCana & finally by Nexen. The oil field is operated and owned by Nexen. The total proven reserves of the Buzzard oil field are 1.5 billion barrels, and production will be centered on 180,300 barrels per day (28,670 m3/d).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hebron". nalcorenergy.com. 2012. Retrieved 2013-05-29.