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Summary Information

  • Ownership: BP
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  • Location: Sullom Voe, Shetland Islands
  • Capacity:
  • Crude Type: Brent

Brief Description

  • One of the largest oil and gas terminals in Europe, BP’s Sullom Voe Terminal is entirely self-sufficient and handles oil and gas from more than 30 surrounding fields.
  • It receives oil from the Brent and Ninian pipeline systems
  • It has 16 crude oil storage tanks an oil and gas process plant and four jetties
  • There are two operational stabilisation trains of respective capacity (bbls/day) 350,000, 410,000; and one retired (410,000

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  • 1978 - First Oil to Sullom Voe Terminal arrived
  • 1982 - The fractionation plant comes on stream
  • 1996 - Oryx acquired Chevron's share
  • 1998 - First shipment of oil from the Schiehallion field
  • 2002 - Dana acquired ENI's stake
  • 2002 - CNRL acquired a share from Kerr-McGee
  • 2005 - First oil from the Clair Field
  • 2008 - TAQA acquired a 24% interest

Relevant Links

  1. Sullom Voe, BP
  2. Chevron Sells Selected North Sea Interests
  3. Eni Divests a Portfolio of Non-Core Assets in the Uk North Sea
  4. Canadian Natural Resources Limited To Acquire Additional North Sea Interests
  5. TAQA Completes Acquisition Of North Sea Assets From Shell And Esso
  6. Jacobs Receives Contract from BP in Scotland

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