- Operator: BG-Group
- Production start: 2012
- Partners: BG Group, 60% and Lundin Norway 40%
- Type: Oil & Gas
- Estimated Reserves: 28 million barrels of oil equivalents (MMboe)
- Production Volume:
- The Gaupe field is a a two well cross-border subsea tie-back to the BG Group-operated Armada Oil And Gas Field infrastructure located in the UK central North Sea. From Armada, the processed gas and liquids are exported via pipelines to the UK.
- The estimated gross reserves are approximately 28 million barrels of oil equivalents (MMboe) with net peak production of approximately 5,000 barrels of oil equivalents per day (boepd), in 2012.
- The production will comprise of both oil and gas in the ratio of approximately 50:50 over field life.
- The field was previously known as Pi
- AMEC: Subsea tie back to the Armada platform
- 1984 - Gaupe Oil And Gas Field discovered
- 2010 - Plan for development and operation (PDO) gets approval from the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy
- 2012 - BG Group today announced the start-up of production
- AMEC awarded £140 million three-year services contract for all BG Group’s North Sea upstream assets
- Lundin Petroleum Submits Plan To Develop The Pi Field, Offshore Norway
- Lundin Petroleum Receives The Approval To Develop The Gaupe Field, Offshore Norway
- First production from the Gaupe field, offshore Norway