Seven-field ETAP under way

Beckman, Jeremy
March 1996
Offshore;Mar96, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
Reports that BP and Shell have gained government consent for the multi-field ETAP development in the Central North Sea. Marnock as the location for the central two-platform processing facility; Combined reserves.


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