BP approves Greater Clair appraisal programme

April 2013
World Energy News;4/2/2013, p6
The article announces that oil companies British Petroleum (BP), Shell, ConocoPhillips and Chevron will proceed with a two-year appraisal program for a third phase development at Clair Field in Scotland's Shetland Islands. The initial commitment is to drill five appraisal wells. The program's objectives include confirming overall reservoir volumes, distribution and fluid characteristics, evaluate technology for improving recovery and test the possibility of standalone linkages to Clair Ridge.


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