Germany

We operate and develop oil and gas fields with our partners in the northwest, east and south of Germany.

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Operations in Germany

Neptune has many years’ experience of onshore oil and gas production in Germany. We both operate and work with operating partners at some of the most productive fields in the country.

Neptune businesses have been present in Germany for 130 years. The Company is active right across the country, with our main assets concentrated in the North German basin, the Altmark and the Rhine Valley. Our diverse gas and liquid production portfolio includes fields at various stages of the cycle. We supply 6.4% of Germany’s natural gas and 13% of its produced oil. We operate 30 of the 42 producing assets and 88 of the 117 licences in which we have an interest.

Neptune Energy Germany Pro forma Information
December 2018 (period 15 February to 31 December) 12 months to December 2018 12 months to December 2018
Total production (mmboe) 4.2 4.7 4.6
Daily average production
Dry gas production (kboepd) 7.3 7.3 7.0
Liquid production (kbpd) 5.7 5.7 5.7
Total production (kboepd) 13.0 13.0 12.7

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Western Germany
operated

The regional centre of the country’s natural gas production and the traditional heart of its onshore oil-producing industry.

Operated
Central and Eastern Germany

Oil and gas production at four primary locations, including what was the second largest natural gas reservoir in mainland Europe.

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Rhine Valley

Oil-producing field Römerberg and several promising exploration locations in Rhineland-Palatinate and Baden-Württemberg.

Partner-operated
Western Germany
partner-operated

Productive gas and oil fields in Western Germany.

Abandonment and decommissioning

Our team of specialist engineers decommissions sites and dismantles infrastructure across the country. They complete 40 to 50 projects every year.

REMIT

REMIT is an EU regulation on wholesale energy market integrity and transparency. It has been in force since 2011 and is an important mechanism for preventing market abuse. Under REMIT, all market participants are required to provide effective and timely public disclosure of any inside information in their possession.

Andreas Scheck

Managing Director, Germany

Andreas Scheck’s varied and successful career in the international oil and gas sector spans more than two decades.

Andreas gained his PhD from Leoben University as a petroleum engineer. He began his career at Wintershall Germany in 1996 as a reservoir and production engineer. In 2002, he was posted to Libya. In 2007 he moved again, to Wintershall’s Russian operation. In 2010, he returned to Germany and became Head of Operations. He was appointed Head of Wintershall Germany in 2014.

Andreas gained his PhD from Leoben University as a petroleum engineer. He began his career at Wintershall Germany in 1996 as a reservoir and production engineer. In 2002, he was posted to Libya. In 2007 he moved again, to Wintershall’s Russian operation. In 2010, he returned to Germany and became Head of Operations. He was appointed Head of Wintershall Germany in 2014.