EnQuest Begins Decommissioning of the Northern Producer FPF at Don Fields

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 3/2/2021, Location: Europe

EnQuest has begun cessation of production activities on the Northern Producer floating production facility (FPF) at the Don fields in the North Sea.

The process, which began on Monday 1 March, is expected to take several days to complete, with initial decommissioning activities already underway.

EnQuest has a majority share interest in the Don fields with co-venturer Ithaca Energy, and has been operator of the fields since 2009 through its predecessor company Petrofac Energy Developments Limited (‘PEDL’). All four fields are tied back to the Northern Producer which is planned to come off-station in April 2021.


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