US operator Apache has announced its plans to have first production from its Storr project in the North Sea next month.
The past year has marked a significant milestone in the North Sea’s history, with one of the world’s largest oil producers, Shell, celebrating 50 years of North Sea production and predicting a positive outlook for the next 50. This renewed positivity and optimism has been reaffirmed recently with the likes of Gannet E coming back online, Buzzard restarting output and production from new fields, including Garten and Clair.
US oil firm Apache Corporation said late last night that the Garten well in the UK North Sea had started producing oil.
Apache Corporation has confirmed plans to achieve first oil from the Garten field during the current quarter.
North Sea operator Apache has moved up the production date for its Garten discovery.
US firm Apache has announced it has made a 10million-barrel oil discovery in the North Sea.