UK North Sea Alwyn field sees reserves more than doubled

Jul 23, 1997 02:00 AM

July 8, 1997 Hydrocarbon reserves in the Alwyn field, in the UK sector of the North Sea, have now been more than doubled, according to European oil industry sources. This raises the estimated reserves from 700 million barrels of oil equivalent (boe) some three years ago, to their current level of 1.7 bn boe. The substantial increase has resulted from drilling over the past year. The concession, which includes the outlying Dunbar, Ellon and Grant fields, is run by Total (33.33 %) and Elf (66.67 %).
Overall output is now running at 85,000 bpd of condensate and 11 mm cmpd of gas.

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