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PGNiG expects 115 000 t of oil from Skogul field in 2020

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PGNiG has said that it expects to extract 115 000 t of oil from the PL460 license in the North Sea in 2020. Production has been underway there since March this year. The hydrocarbon reserves in the Skogul field attributable to PGNiG Upstream Norway amount to approximately 3.3 million boe, of which approximately 3 million barrels are crude oil.

The operator of the Skogul field is Aker BP, which owns a 65% share in the concession. The remaining shares belong to PGNiG Upstream Norway. The Skogul field is located in the immediate vicinity of the Vilje field, in which PGNiG Upstream Norway has a 24.24% share. Existing production infrastructure means that the gas extracted from Skogul will go through Vilje to the Alvheim FPSO. The company estimates that the increase in own production due to the start of extraction from the new deposit will amount to over 4000 boe/d.

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