Report summaryThe Rhum gas and condensate field lies 40 kilometres north of the BP-operated Bruce field in the Northern North Sea. The field is a high pressure, high temperature (HP/HT) reservoir, with pressures of around 12,000 psi and temperatures of 150° C.Rhum has been developed via a multiphase, high pressure production line tied back to the Bruce facilities. Wet gas volumes from Rhum are exported to Bruce for initial processing. They are then exported via the existing spur-line to a ...
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