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Where is Forties Alpha?

Where is Forties Alpha?

Forties Oilfield, located in the UK Licence Block 21/10, approximately 140 miles north-east of Aberdeen in the UK sector of the North Sea, was discovered by British Petroleum (BP) in October 1970. The platforms at the field include Forties Alpha, Forties Bravo, Forties Charlie, Forties Delta and Forties Echo.

Where is the Forties oil field?

North Sea
The Forties Oil Field is the largest oil field in the North Sea, 110 miles east of Aberdeen. It was discovered in 1970 and first produced oil in 1975 under ownership of British Petroleum, now called BP.

When did oil production start in Forties field?

The Forties oil field is the largest in the North Sea. 110 miles east of the Scottish city of Aberdeen, it first produced oil in 1975. In 1965 British Petroleum (BP) had already found natural gas in the region then in 1970 discovered oil. The find contained an estimated 1.8bn barrels.

When did Apache buy forties?

Apache acquired 97% working interest in Forties from BP, becoming the operator of the Forties field in 2003.

How was North Sea oil discovered?

The situation was transformed in December 1969, when Phillips Petroleum discovered oil in Chalk of Danian age at Ekofisk, in Norwegian waters in the central North Sea. The same month, Amoco discovered the Montrose Field about 217 km (135 mi) east of Aberdeen.

How far from Aberdeen are the oil rigs?

approximately 120km
The field is situated approximately 120km north-east of Aberdeen, Scotland.

How much oil is left in the North Sea?

Total reserves of the field are estimated at 1.7 to 3.3 billion barrels of gross recoverable oil and Johan Sverdrup is expected to produce 120,000 to 200,000 barrels of oil per day. Production started 5 October 2019. It is one of the largest discoveries made in the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

Where are most of Britain’s oil rigs?

Oil comes mainly from the North Sea Central Graben close to the median line with Norway in two main clusters – around the Forties oilfield east of Aberdeen and the Brent oilfield east of Shetland. There have been recent discoveries in challenging conditions west of Shetland.

What is the biggest oil rig in the North Sea?

Offshore Titans: the North Sea’s biggest oil fields

  • Ekofisk – 3.6bn barrels.
  • Forties – 2.5bn barrels.
  • Oseberg – 2.4bn barrels.
  • Gullfaks – 2.3bn barrels.
  • Troll West – 1.6bn barrels.
  • Snorre – 1.57bn barrels.
  • Johan Sverdrup – 1.56bn barrels.
  • Valhall – 927.1m barrels.

How many years of oil reserves are left in the world?

There are 1.65 trillion barrels of proven oil reserves in the world as of 2016. The world has proven reserves equivalent to 46.6 times its annual consumption levels. This means it has about 47 years of oil left (at current consumption levels and excluding unproven reserves).

Where is the spleen located in the human body?

Your spleen is located in the upper left region of your abdomen – just behind your stomach and under your diaphragm. It is soft and purple, shaped like a very small smooth rounded catcher’s mitt with notches on its upper front edge.

Where is the splenic hilum located in the body?

The visceral surface of the spleen contain the splenic hilum and also lies in close proximity to the kidney, stomach and colon. This surface is on the medial aspect of the spleen and is shaped in a manner to accommodate these organs.

Are there any cancers that originate in the spleen?

Cancers that originate in the spleen are relatively rare. When they do occur, they are almost always lymphomas, blood cancers that occur in the lymphatic system. Usually lymphomas start in other areas and invade the spleen.

Can a spleen be palpated below the costal margin?

When enlarged and extending below the costal margin, the spleen can be palpated on the anterolateral aspect of the abdomen and the superficially lying notched border makes it clearly discernible. However, as mentioned below under the causes of spleen pain, mild to moderate splenomegaly (enlarged spleen) rarely causes spleen pain.