Report summaryThe Eastern Trough Area Project (ETAP) was established to investigate a number of oil and gas accumulations in the Central North Sea which were not likely to prove commercial on a stand-alone basis. Seven fields make up the joint development of ETAP Phase I, comprising Machar, Marnock, Mungo and Monan (operated by BP), and Egret, Heron and Skua (operated by Shell). A further two fields, Mirren and Madoes, form Phase II of the development, operated by BP. This analysis includes all ETAP ...
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