Davy, Bessemer, Beaufort And Brown Gas Fields

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Perenco
  • Country: UK
  • Location: Block 49/30d
  • Production start: 1995
  • Partners:
  • Type: Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:


  • The development consists of the Davy, Bessemer, Beaufort And Brown fields.
  • There are Monotower Platforms on the Davy & Bessemer fields as the others are tied back to these
  • The Tristan NW Field comprises a single well tied back through an 8 inch pipeline to the normally unmanned Davy platform
  • Gas from the fields is all routed to the Indefatigable Gas Field platform and from there to the Bacton Gas Plant


    • Construction of Davy & Bessemer Platforms
  • Saipem: Monotower Platforms, transportation and installation
  • Acergy: Subsea installation for Tristan NW Field


  • 1994 - Original Davy project approval granted
  • 1995 - First gas produced
  • 2001 - North Davy project approved
  • 2003 - Perenco acquires 22.22% stake from BP
  • 2006 - Davy East project receives government approval
  • 2010 - Tristan NW Field development approved
  • 2010 - Tristan NW Field decommissioning announced



  1. UK Oil and Gas Fields by Approval Date
  2. UK Oil And Gas Field Approved Decommissioning Programmes
  3. List Of Oil and Gas Production Platforms In The UK
  4. Saipem Saipem Fixed Offshore Production Facilities Major Projects
  5. International Protective Coatings Fixed Platform References
  6. FoundOcean Europe Subsea References
  7. Serimax Pipeline References
  8. Licence P 064 - Licence Having Effect Under The Petroleum Act 1998, The North Davy Field
  9. BP To Sell Southern North Sea Gas Package To Perenco
  10. Tristan NW Field Decommissioning

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