SEGAL St Fergus Gas Processing Terminal
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Summary Information

  • Ownership: Shell
  • Website:
  • Location: St Fergus, Scotland
  • Capacity:

Brief Description

  • The SEGAL (Shell Esso Gas and Associated Liquids) system first came on stream to handle rich gas production from the Brent field initially and then the Fulmar field with a steady increase of tie-ins, field operators and owners over the years.
  • Wet gas is transported from the Northern North Sea along the Far North Liquids And Associated Gas System (Flags) Pipeline to St. Fergus and from the Central North Sea along the Fulmar Gas Pipeline.

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Other Information

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  • 1982 - Terminal operations commenced
  • 1996 - Contract awarded for expansion project
  • 2007 - Shell and ExxonMobil announce £350 Million Rejuvenation Project
  • 2007 - The Tampen Link gas pipeline connecting the Statfjord Oil and Gas Field entered operations

Relevant Links

  1. Fluor Daniel Awarded Contract By Mobil North Sea Limited
  2. Shell and ExxonMobil announce £350 Million Rejuvenation Project
  3. Wood Group PSN secures contract extension for Shell Gas Plants
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