Far North Liquids And Associated Gas System (Flags) Pipeline

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Summary Information

  • Source: Brent Oil Field
  • Destination: St Fergus Gas Terminal, UK
  • Ownership:
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  • Length: kilometres ( miles)
  • Capacity: per day
  • Status: Operating


  • The FLAGS (Far North Liquids and Associated Gas System) pipeline is a natural gas pipeline in the North Sea. It is used to transport liquids and associated gas from a number of platforms including the four Brent platforms.
  • Shell’s Brent Bravo is the pipeline’s starting point and it terminates at St Fergus, near Peterhead.
  • Natural gas from the Norwegian Statfjord Oil and Gas Field is fed through the Tampen pipeline and Gjoa/Vega through the Gjoa pipeline, linking Norwegian and UK gas trunkline networks.

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  • 1982 - The pipeline was commissioned
  • 2007 - The Tampen Link gas pipeline connecting the Statfjord Oil and Gas Field entered operations

Other Information


  1. Gassco to operate Tampen Link

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