According to Upstream, Dana Petroleum confirmed the milestone of plateau production of about 44,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day from its Western Isles development in the UK North Sea. The milestone was reached four months after production start in November 2017, which is in line with Dana Petroleums expectations.
Western Isles was developed using a cylindrical Sevan SSP-design floating production, storage and offloading unit with 400,000 barrels of oil storage capacity. The Western Isles FPSO was built at Cosco’s Qidong facility in China.
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