SAGE St Fergus Gas Processing Terminal
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Summary Information

Brief Description

  • The terminal is fed by the Scottish Area Gas Evacuation (SAGE) Pipeline and the Britannia Gas Pipeline
  • The SAGE Terminal nominal capacity is:
    • 1990 mmscfd (millions of standard cubic feet a day),
    • 5,300 tonnes/day Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs),
    • 2500 tonnes/day CO2 removal,
    • design H2S treatment to 1 ppm.  
  • Gas capacity is split between 3 processing trains
  • Train 3 processes feed gas from the Britannia pipeline only

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  • 1992 - Gas exports started from Beryl
  • 1993 - First delivers from Scott
  • 1994 - Brae began supplying gas
  • 1996 - Contract awarded for expansion project
  • 1998 - First gas from Britannia
  • 2011 - Apache acquired the terminal from Mobil

Relevant Links

  1. SAGE Terminal Description, Apache
  2. Fluor Daniel Awarded Contract By Mobil North Sea Limited
  3. Apache Completes Acquisition of ExxonMobil's Beryl Field, Other UK North Sea Assets

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