Triton by Amerada Hess

The three Triton fields lie in the North Sea, 190km east of Aberdeen. They are being developed using an FPSO, located approximately 20km away from the Bittern field and 12km from the Guillemot West field, via subsea pipelines.

Fram by Equinor

The Fram oil finds in the North Sea comprise the Fram West and Fram East fields. The fields are located about 20 kilometers north of the Troll field at a depth of approximately 350 meters.

North Sea by Norway

The oil field Grane in the North Sea has been developed with an integrated accommodation, processing and drilling platform with a fixed steel frame construction resting on the sea bed. The platform is located around 185 kilometres west of Haugesund, where sea depth is 127 metres. The field was discovered by Hydro in 1991, and came on stream on 23 September 2003. Grane is the first field on the Norwegian continental shelf to produce heavy crude oil.

Janice Oil by Kerr McGee

is located in block 30/17a in the Central North Sea, approximately 175 miles east-south-east of Aberdeen in 240 feet of water. Recoverable reserves are estimated to exceed 70 mm barrels of 37 degree API gravity crude oil.

Schiehallion Oil Field by BP

was discovered in 1993, with the semi-submersible drilling rig Ocean Alliance, whilst it was exploring the deep waters of the Shetland Trough in the NW Atlantic. Schiehallion lies in 400m of water and it extends across four blocks.

Kashagan by ENI

covers an area of 47 miles by 22 miles and is located in the North Caspian Sea approximately 50 miles offshore from Atyrau. The field is operated by ENI at 18.52 % and partnered by ExxonMobil(18.52%), Shell (18.52%), Total (18.52%)

Ursa by Shell

Shell Deepwater Production is the operator and holds a 45% interest in Ursa. BP Amoco has a 23% interest, and Conoco and Exxon each hold 16% in the project. The Ursa field is located approximately 130 miles southeast of New Orleans.