North Sea operated assets
Discover more about Shell’s oil and gas operated assets in the North Sea including capacity and facilities information.
Access to Upstream oil and gas infrastructure
High level capacity and facilities information on Shell operated oil and gas infrastructure in the UK Continental Shelf for Prospective users.
For general enquiries regarding access to upstream infrastructure operated by Shell, please contact shell’s upstream ICOP champion, Lynsey Tinios on +44 (0) 20 7934 2226.
Central and Northern North Sea
The Brent field is located 186km (115 miles) east of Lerwick, Scotland in a depth of 142m water and has four platforms - Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta.
Curlew is a Floating Production Storage and Offtake vessel (FPSO) and the wells are owned and operated by Shell.
Goldeneye is a Normally Unattended Installation (NUI). It is controlled from the Installation Control Centre (ICC) and a Field Response Team (FRT) which are based at St Fergus Gas Plant.
The Gannet Complex comprises of a fixed drilling and production platform for Gannet A, B, C, D, E, F and G fields.
The Nelson installation comprises of a single, manned drilling and production platform and a subsea satellite tied back to the platform.
The purpose of the FPSO is the extraction, processing, storage and offloading of crude oil from the Pierce North and South fields.
Shearwater is a normally manned integrated Process, Utilities and Quarters (PUQ) platform which is bridge linked to a Wellhead (WH) Platform.
Southern North Sea
The Bacton gas terminal is located on the Norfolk coast, 32km (19 miles) north of Great Yarmouth. The site is four terminals within one.
- including Barque, Carrack, Galleon, Skiff and Sole Pit. Clipper is in the Southern part of the UK sector of the North Sea in the Sole Pit field.
- including Brigantine, Caravel, Corvette and Shamrock. The Leman Alpha installation is in the Southern part of the UK sector of the North Sea, 69km (43 miles) North east of Lowestoft, 50km (31 miles) from Bacton and 48km (29 miles).
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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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