Discover more about Shell’s oil and gas operated assets in the North Sea including capacity and facilities information.
Upstream oil and gas infrastructure
In the UK sector of the North Sea, Shell produces around 13% of UK oil and gas. Shell produces oil and gas from more than 65 interests in the North Sea, operating more than 33 offshore installations and one FPSO (Floating Production Storage and Offtake vessel). We operate three onshore gas plants and a marine terminal that distributes natural gas liquids around the world.
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The SEGAL system is made up of two wet gas transportation pipelines, the St. Fergus gas terminal, Fife NGL terminal and Braefoot Baytanker loading facility.
Data published in accordance with the Code of Practice on Access to Upstream Oil and Gas Infrastructure on the UK Continental Shelf (ICOP) and the Gas Act (1995).
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Planned and unplanned unavailability of assets in accordance with REMIT.
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Shell is a major energy producer in the UK and produces oil and gas from more than 65 interests in the North Sea. We produce around 13% of the country's oil and gas.
When oil and gas fields end production, their facilities need to be dismantled and disposed of - or "decommissioned". Learn about decommissioning at Shell.