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Nearly half of the Group’s total production is in Norway. We are the fifth largest independent operator on the Norwegian continental shelf.
We are the largest gas and oil producer in the Dutch sector of the North Sea. We have interests and capabilities in the gas pipeline business.
We are an active offshore operator in the UK, with substantial North Sea interests in gas production, subsea development and exploration.
We operate and develop oil and gas fields with our partners in the northwest, east and south of Germany.
We have onshore and offshore oil and gas interests in Egypt. The Touat facility in Algeria is exporting gas.
Substantial offshore gas deposits in Indonesia and Australia form the core of our Asia-Pacific portfolio.
A gas and oil field in the northern part of the North Sea powered by hydroelectric energy generated sustainably onshore.
An oil and gas subsea tie-back development to the Neptune-operated Gjøa semi-submersible facility. First oil is expected in 2020.
A three-well oil and gas subsea development project with a tie-back to Gjøa that extends the Gjøa field into untapped reserves.
The tie-back to Njord-A will be the world’s longest electrically trace-heated pipe-in-pipe subsea development.
A new module for the Gjøa platform to receive and process oil and gas from the Nova subsea development.
A mature field in the northern North Sea with a fixed integrated production, drilling and accommodation facility.
Linked fields on the Norwegian continental shelf produce oil and gas for processing at the Troll-C platform.
A key production area on the Norwegian continental shelf and a hub for nearby developments.
A substantial oil and gas field, which started producing in 2016.
HPHT oil and gas field in the North Sea with part-processing capability, tied in to Sleipner infrastructure.
A mature offshore oil production field with five producing platform wells and six subsea wells.
The first offshore development in the Barents Sea supplies gas to the world's northernmost LNG liquefaction plant.
The L10-A complex manages a large amount of the gas produced by the Dutch continental shelf.
Our gas-producing operations on the eastern side of the Dutch continental shelf focus on optimising production and exploration.
Field development, exploration and cross-border third-party opportunities on the western side of the Dutch North Sea sector.
A diverse, extended area in the eastern part of the Dutch North Sea sector including oil production, HPHT development, and infill drilling.
A satellite gas platform in the D Block in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.
A seven-storey gas and condensate production platform on the Dutch continental shelf.
The 264 km NOGAT pipeline system transports gas to an onshore processing plant at Den Helder.
The 470 km NGT network transports natural gas onshore from the Dutch continental shelf to the Uithuizen processing station.
The Cygnus field supplies six per cent of the UK’s gas production, enough to fuel 1.5 million UK homes.
Two turbine-driven gas compressors on the Cygnus Alpha platform to bolster gas pressure for gas export to shore.
A three-well subsea tie-back project to connect with existing facilities on the Heron pipeline and hosted by the BP ETAP facility.
The regional centre of the country’s natural gas production and the traditional heart of its onshore oil-producing industry.
Oil and gas production at four primary locations, including what was the second largest natural gas reservoir in mainland Europe.
Oil-producing field Römerberg and several promising exploration locations in Rhineland-Palatinate and Baden-Württemberg.
Productive gas and oil fields in Western Germany.
A gas facility across a 1,300 km² area in the Sahara Desert, Algeria near the city of Adrar.
Brownfield best practices have sustained production at the Ashrafi field in the Gulf of Suez.
Oil and gas production at one of the biggest natural gas fields in Egypt’s Western Desert.
A subsea tie-back development project, targeting significant stranded gas reserves in the Timor Sea.