West of Shetlands
The West of Shetlands give INEOS a unique wet gas infrastructure position and exploration opportunities. This provides near and long-term potential.
There are currently four producing gas fields Laggan, Tormore, Edradour, and Glenlivet. The gas is transported to the Shetland Gas plant via a 143km long subsea tie-back, the longest subsea tie-back in the UK.
The Breagh field is one of the largest natural gas fields developed in the entire southern British North Sea. First gas was achieved in October 2013 – only just over two years after approval by the British authorities.
The field is located in the UK sector of the Southern North Sea, about 65 kilometers off the coast of northeast England.
INEOS Oil & Gas UK operate the unmanned Clipper south field located about 100 kilometers east of the Lincolnshire coast. The wells are controlled the Lincolnshire Offshore Gas Gathering System platform.
In 2013 the first Clipper South well came on stream at initial rates of 1.2 million cubic meters per day. The gas is located in a tight Permian age Rotliegend reservoir which contains approximately 13.4 billion normal cubic meters of gas in place.