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UK oil and gas production: review of 2013 and outlook


UK oil and gas production: review of 2013 and outlook

Report summary

Production from the UK Continental Shelf declined once again in 2013, with average levels down 11% and 8% on 2012 for liquids and gas respectively.  Although decline rates slowed compared to the two previous years, production still underperformed expectations.  There are multiple contributing factors towards this, although the biggest contributors are maintenance, poorer than expected recovery and project delays.


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  • Liquids production
    • Buzzard continues to dominate liquids production
  • Gas production
    • Top fields in decline
  • Developments onstream 2013 and 2014
  • Corporate Summary
    • Top ten liquids producing companies

In this report there are 12 tables or charts, including:

  • Liquids production
    • UK oil and gas production: review of 2013 and outlook: Image 1
    • Top ten liquids producing developments
  • Gas production
    • Gas production by year
    • Top ten gas producing developments
  • Developments onstream 2013 and 2014
    • Developments onstream 2013 and 2014 (as at April 2014)
  • Corporate Summary
    • 2013 Liquids Production by Company
    • 2013 Gas Production by Company
    • UK oil and gas production: review of 2013 and outlook: Image 7
    • UK oil and gas production: review of 2013 and outlook: Image 8
    • UK liquids production forecast to 2020
    • UK gas production forecast to 2020
    • UK oil and gas production: review of 2013 and outlook: Table 2
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