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Faroe Petroleum to increase interest in Blane field, UK


Published Sep 2, 2015
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Faroe Petroleum is pleased to announce the conditional acquisition of Roc Oil (GB Holdings) Limited, which holds a 12.5006% interest in the Blane Unit in the UK North Sea and a 12.00% interest in the Enoch Unit in the UK North Sea from Roc Oil (Europe) Limited a subsidiary of Roc Oil Company Limited for a total consideration of $17m plus a deferred payment of up to $3m depending on certain performance targets being met.

Blane was discovered in 1989, and is located on the Central Graben of the UK continental shelf, extending into the Norwegian sector. Production commenced in September 2007 from a Tertiary Palaeocene Forties sands reservoir with a structural closure. The oil is of high quality with 420 API. The field has been developed as a sub-sea tie-back to the BP-operated Ula platform located in the Norwegian continental shelf (34 kilometres to the north east) and currently comprises two horizontal production wells with gas lift and one water injection well. Blane is a low operating cost producing field with upside potential in the existing reserves and the potential for further in-fill drilling.

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