- Operator: BHP Billiton
- Country: UK
- Location: East Irish Sea
- Production start: 1995
- Type: Gas
- Estimated Reserves:
- Production Volume:
- These fields are part of the Liverpool Bay Development, along with Douglas Oil Field and Lennox Oil Field
- There are three Hamilton gas fields; Hamilton, Hamilton North and Hamilton East.
- The Hamilton and Hamilton North gas platforms are almost identical.
- These platforms are two-level, normally unmanned structures with an underdeck. Produced gas, together with condensate and formation water, is transported via subsea pipeline to Douglas for further processing.
- Hamilton East was a gas production well from a single subsea well completion, tied back to the Hamilton North platform via a subsea pipeline, but this well is now shut in and has zero production.
- McDermott-ETPM: Subsea installation
- Saipem: Pipeline installation
- 1993 - Government approval for Hamilton & Hamilton North
- 1995 - First Gas Produced
- 1997 - Production starts from Hamilton A
- 1998 - Centrica acquires a stake from Powergen
- 2001 - Hamilton East gets development approval
- 2002 - ENI acquires Centrica's stake
- UK Oil and Gas Fields by Approval Date
- Serimax Pipeline References
- Saipem Europe Pipeline References
- List Of Oil Production Platforms In The UK
- Liverpool Bay Development Produces First Gas
- Centrica strikes offshore deal
- Licence P 710 - Licence Having Effect Under The Petroleum Act 1998
- Eni increases its interest in the Liverpool Bay fields and disposes of other non core North Sea assets