Hurricane starts Lancaster field studies WoS

Offshore staff

EASHING, UK – Hurricane Exploration has appointed EPC Offshore to select a development concept for the Lancaster oil discovery west of Shetland.

Lancaster is in 155 m (508 ft) water depth. A competent person’s report estimates the field contingent resources at more than 200 MMbbl recoverable.

Hurricane expects the first phase of the project to run until year-end with front-end engineering design starting in 2013. An EPC team is working with staff at Hurricane’s offices on the field development plan.

3/19/2012

 

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