Processing oil and gas
Shell plays a vital role in powering the UK and keeping people and business moving. Across all of our business activities, we focus on being a safe and sustainable business. Our people often work in demanding roles and extreme conditions so ensuring they go home safely every day is our number one priority. One of the most demanding environments is the North Sea where we have been exploring for and producing oil and gas for more than 50 years.
inside processing oil and gas
The Bacton gas plant near Great Yarmouth in the East of England is a hydrocarbon Gas processing plant of strategic national importance supplying up to one-third of the UK's gas supply as well as importing and exporting gas from Europe.
Most of the oil and gas produced in the North Sea is sent onshore to be processed. Discover how we process oil and gas.
Shell Fife NGL (Natural Gas Liquids) consists of the Mossmorran Fractionation Plant and the Braefoot Bay Marine Loading Terminal.
The Shell St Fergus gas plant near Peterhead in Scotland fulfils an important role in meeting the UK’s energy needs by processing oil and gas that comes in from many offshore platforms and fields in the North Sea.