- Operator: Marathon
- Country: UK
- Location: Blocks 16/3b and 16/3c
- Production start: 2003
- Partners: Taqa
- Type: Oil & Gas
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- Braemar is a gas and condensate reservoir located in UK Continental Shelf Block 16/3c in the Central North Sea some 315 kilometres northeast of Aberdeen in a water depth of approximately 125 meters.
- Gas and condensate is produced from a single subsea wellhead and transported in an insulated pipe-in-pipe flowline to the Marathon-operated East Brae platform 12 kilometers away where the gas and liquids are processed.
- Liquids are delivered from East Brae to the Forties Pipeline System for transportation ashore.
- Gas is transported via the Scottish Area Gas Evacuation (SAGE) Pipeline to the Sage St Fergus Gas Processing Terminal
- 1985 - Braemar Oil Field discovered
- 2002 - BP increases its stake
- 2003 - Production starts
- 2002 - Project development approved by UK Government
- 2012 - BP sells the field to Taqa
- UK Oil and Gas Fields by Approval Date
- BP and BG agree North Sea asset swap
- Braemar Field Development Plan Receives DTI Approval
- BP to Sell Package of Central North Sea Assets to Taqa for $1.1 Billion