- Operator: Shell
- Country: UK
- Location: Central North Sea
- Production start: 2000
- Partners: Shell (39.63%), Dana (32.95%), ExxonMobil (25%)
- Type: Oil / Gas
- Estimated Reserves:
- Production Volume:
- Bittern is an early Eocene reservoir at ~ 6,750 feet and lies in a water depth of ~305 feet. The field started producing in April of 2000.
- The subsea development has 5 production wells and two water injectors.
- Production is through the subsea manifolds tied back to the Triton FPSO
- Oil is then exported via shuttle tankers.
- 1996 - Bittern Oil Field discovered
- 1998 - Project development approved by UK Government
- 2000 - First oil production
- 2005 - Talisman acquires Paladin, getting a stake the field
- 2006 - Endeavour acquired 2.422% from Talisman
- 2010 - Dana acquires a 4.67% stake from Petro-Canada
- 2012 - Dana acquires a 28.28% stake from Hess
- 2015 - Endeavour announces it is looking for a buyer
- Fast Facts, Triton FPSO
- First Oil Through Triton FPSO
- Talisman to Acquire Paladin Resources Plc for Pounds Sterling 1,218 Million 'C$2,521 Million'
- Talisman Energy Rationalizes North Sea Assets
- Dana Acquires UKCS Interests From Petro-Canada UK Limited
- Ocean Installer Wins Umbilical Installation Contract for Shell UK’s Bittern Field
- Endeavour Announces Launch of Marketing Process for North Sea Assets