Galapagos Redevelopment is a conventional oil development located in shallow water in the UK and is operated by Bridge Petroleum 6. According to GlobalData, who tracks more than 34,000 active and developing oil and gas fields worldwide, Galapagos Redevelopment was discovered in 2013, the field with water depth of around 493 feet. Buy the profile here.

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The project is currently in approval stage and is expected to start commercial production in 2025. The Galapagos Redevelopment conventional oil development will involve the drilling of approximately 17 wells and includes subsea tree.

Field participation details

The field is owned by Bridge Petroleum.

Production from Galapagos Redevelopment

Production from the Galapagos Redevelopment conventional oil development project is expected to begin in 2025 and is forecast to peak in 2026, Based on economic assumptions, the production will continue until the field reaches its economic limit in 2056.

Contractors involved in the Galapagos Redevelopment conventional oil field

Some of the key contractors involved in the Galapagos Redevelopment project as follows.

Other Contractors: BMT Group and Three60 Energy

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This content was updated on 7 February 2024

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