Buzzard oil field
|Buzzard Oil Field|
|Operator||Nexen - 43%,|
|Partners||Suncor Energy - 30%, BG Group - 22%, Edinburgh Oil & Gas - 5%|
|Start of production||2007|
|Current production of oil||160,300 barrels per day (~7.988×106 t/a)|
|Estimated oil in place||74 million tonnes
(~ 87×106 m3 or 550 MMbbl)
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 550 million barrels (74×106tonnes), and production will be centered around 160,300 barrels per day (25,490 m3/d).
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