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The terminal at Nigg Bay was built in 1979 to accept Beatrice crude via pipeline, following government refusal to sanction offshore loading. The terminal now recieves no throughput, and we assume it is in the decommissioning phase. Throughout the life of the terminal, it processed crude from four different fields in the UK Central North Sea. The owner of the terminal, Talisman, leased the facility and Beatrice field equity to Dyas and Ithaca Energy between 2008 and 2015. Ithaca assumed ...

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  • Development
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  • Throughput: Table 1
  • Throughput: Table 2

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