Report summaryCrosby (MC 899) is an oil field located in the Central Gulf of Mexico. Crosby has been developed as a three-well, 13-kilometre (9-mile) subsea tie-back to the Shell-operated Ursa TLP in MC 809. The field is owned by Shell (50% and operator) and BP (50%). First production was achieved in January 2002.Initial output from the three Crosby wells peaked at a monthly average rate of 51,000 b/d of oil and 64 mmcfd of gas in May 2002. By 2006, production had declined to just 6,000 b/d and 8.5 ...
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