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  • RWE Dea UK acquires licence shares West of Shetland
    édité le 05/12/2013 - Plus de news de "RWE" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "RWE"


RWE Dea UK acquires licence shares West of Shetland
RWE Dea is acquiring a share of 25% from Chrysaor CNS Limited in blocks 202/4, 202/5, 203/1a, 205/26c and 205/27. Mustard is an Upper Jurassic prospect located in the East Solan Basin in the UKCS West of Shetland.

“Mustard will fit perfectly into our expanding portfolio of North Sea and West of Shetland assets and we are looking forward to being part of this exciting opportunity,” explains Dirk Schoene, Managing Director of RWE Dea UK. The licence area will build upon Licence P2018, which RWE Dea has been awarded in the UKCS 27th Offshore Licensing Round, and its acquisition of an interest in the Handcross prospect (Licences P1631 and P1832) in April 2013. A first exploration well at the Mustard prospect is planned to be drilled in 2015.

On the UK Continental Shelf, RWE Dea holds an attractive portfolio of producing, development and exploration assets in the Southern, the Central as well as in the Northern North Sea.

The farm-in agreement will be effective as of January 2013 subject to approval from Department of Energy & Climate Change of the UK Government.

About RWE Dea

RWE Dea has had a presence in the United Kingdom since 2002 and maintains a solid licence portfolio. This is one of the key regions for the upstream business of RWE Dea AG. Another key milestone was accomplished in 2012 with the successful start of production from the Clipper South natural gas field. Natural gas production in the UK sector of the Southern North Sea has meanwhile been continually stepped up from about 270,000 cubic meters of gas per day in 2005 to a current level of around 1.3 million cubic meters of gas a day. RWE Dea UK currently employs more than 100 personnel in its offices in London.


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