ENOCH

Discovery year
1985
Wellbore
Status
Producing
Business unit

Area:

North sea

Production start:

31.05.2007

Historical investments per 31.12.2017:

215 MILL NOK (nominal)

PRODUCTION FROM THE FIELD

Source: The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate

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PRODUCTION FROM THE FIELD

Development

Enoch is a field in the central part of the North Sea on the border to the British sector, ten kilometres northwest of the Gina Krog field. The Norwegian share of the field is 20 per cent. Enoch was proven in 1985, and the plan for development and operation (PDO) was approved in 2005. The field has been developed with a subsea facility on the UK continental shelf and is tied to the British Brae field. Production started in 2007.

Recovery

The field is produced by pressure depletion.

Transport

The well stream from Enoch is transported to the Brae A facility for processing and further transport by pipeline to Cruden Bay in the UK. The gas is sold to Brae.

Reservoir

Enoch produces oil from Forties sandstone of Paleocene age. The reservoir lies at a depth of 2,100 metres and has variable quality.

Status

The field is in the tail phase. Production stopped from 2012 to 2015, and then continued intermittently from 2015 until early 2017. Integrity issues triggered a pipeline inspection in 2017. As a result, production could continue, and the expected field life be extended.

ACCRUED INVESTMENTS IN NOMINAL NOK

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ACCRUED INVESTMENTS IN NOMINAL NOK

NPD's CURRENT RESOURCE ESTIMATES

All numbers in mill. Sm3 o.e.

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NPD's CURRENT RESOURCE ESTIMATES – All numbers in mill. Sm3 o.e.
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DISCOVERIES INCLUDED IN THE FIELD

DISCOVERY
15/5 Enoch

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