Dana takes helm of North Sea Bittern floater

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – Dana Petroleum (E&P) has assumed operatorship from Hess of the Triton FPSO in the UK central North Sea.

Additionally, Dana takes Hess’ 28.28% stake in the Bittern field, lifting its share to 33%.

Paul Griffin, Dana’s UK managing director, said: “As the principal production facility for the Greater Guillemot area and Bittern, Dana will seek to optimize output safely and efficiently across the Triton area.”

The FPSO gets oil and gas from the Bittern, Guillemot West and North West, Clapham, Pict, and Saxon fields. It is stationed on block 21/30, 120 mi (193 km) east of Aberdeen. Joint venture partners are Shell UK, Esso Exploration and Production UK, and Endeavour.


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