UK: Total starts-up production of the Edradour & Glenlivet fields in the West of Shetland

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The FINANCIAL — Total has started-up production from the Edradour & Glenlivet gas and condensate fields, located in about 300 to 435 metres of water in the West of Shetland area, close to the Laggan-Tormore fields which came on stream in February 2016.

The Edradour and Glenlivet development will bring additional production capacity of up to 56,000 barrels of oil equivalent a day (boe/d). 

“The start-up of the Edradour & Glenlivet fields demonstrates Total’s ability to deliver projects, taking advantage of favourable market conditions and simplifying designs to optimise execution. We have completed this project ahead of schedule and 30% under the initial budget”, said Arnaud Breuillac, President Exploration & Production. “This development will contribute to our production growth in the North Sea.”

The Edradour and Glenlivet development consists of a 35 kilometre tie-back of three subsea wells to the existing Laggan-Tormore production system, which include the 143 kilometre pipeline and the onshore Shetland Gas Plant. Following treatment at the gas plant, the gas is exported to the UK mainland via the Shetland Island Regional Gas Export System (SIRGE) and FUKA pipeline, and will serve the UK domestic market. The condensates are exported via the Sullom Voe Terminal, according to Total.

Total E&P UK operates Edradour & Glenlivet with a 60% interest alongside partners DONG E&P (UK) Limited (20%) and SSE E&P UK Limited (20%).

Total Exploration & Production in the United Kingdom

Total has been present in the United Kingdom for more than 50 years and is one of the country’s leading oil and gas operators, with equity production of 158,000 boe/d in 2016. Total’s production in the United Kingdom comes from several operated fields located offshore in three major zones: the Alwyn/Dunbar area in the Northern North Sea, the Elgin/Franklin area in the Central North Sea and the new Laggan-Tormore hub in the West of Shetland area.

 

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