Normal operations restored at Huntington in North Sea

Offshore staff

STAVANGER, Norway – Operator E.ON has told partner Norwegian Energy Co. (Noreco) that the Huntington field in the UK North Sea is fully back onstream.

Currently, it is producing around 28,000 boe/d, which is in line with expectations following the recent shutdown.

Future output will continue to depend on access to the UK central North Sea’s CATS gas export trunkline system. It may be reduced in June and July to coincide with planned maintenance at the CATS onshore gas receiving terminal.

04/16/2015

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