Offshore Projects By Continents

The Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli (ACG) field lies 120km off the coast of Azerbaijan in 120m of water and contains 5.4 billion barrels of recoverable oil. The field was put into production in November 1997. During the first six months of 2012, the field produced a total of 124.5 million barrels and 11.5…
1980s Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli (ACG) Oilfield was discovered in the early 1980s. State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR) started the development in shallow waters of the Gunashli field, implementing several platforms and entering production in 1985. 1990s The ACG production sharing agreement (PSA), which entails the 30-year joint-development of the…
Aviat is a shallow gas field located in Block 22/7A in Central North Sea in a water depth of approximately 81m. It lies 41km from the UK/Norwegian median line and 188km from the Scottish coast. Being developed by Apache Corporation, the development will include a carbon steel tie-back to the…
The Athena oilfield is located in UK Continental Shelf block 14/18B in the central North Sea at a water depth of 130m. It is situated in the Outer Moray Firth area. The field is operated by Ithaca Energy, which owns a 22.5% interest in the field. Ithaca bought the licence…
Aseng field (previously known as Benita) is an oil and gas field offshore Equatorial Guinea, West Africa. The field lies at a water depth of about 3,100ft (945m). It was discovered as a gas-condensate resource in Block I offshore Bioko Island in 2007. Two appraisal wells were subsequently drilled to…
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