Production and handling
The constituent fields Auk, Clyde, Ekofisk, Embla, Fulmar, Gannet, Gyda, Gyda South, Janice, Joanne, Judy and Ula are located approx. 320km offshore Norway's coast in the center of the North Sea. Production from Ekofisk began in 1971 and is currently producing over 300 kbd, of which ExxonMobil markets ~5 kbd. Typical cargoes range from 600kb to 1000kb.
Load Port Data
Teeside (54 Deg 35' N, 1 Deg 09' W) is located on the north-east coast of the UK; the terminal has 4 loading berths which accommodate tankers up to 150,000 dwt. The draft limitation at Berth No. 1, the crude oil-loading berth, is 72 feet.
Production from satellite fields which lie in the Norwegian sector are transferred via Norpipe to Teeside in the UK.
Ekofisk is a light, low sulfur North Sea crude oil with a particularly low sulfur resid cut.
- Gravity 39.1
- Sulfur 0.21%
- Loading port Teeside
The materials contained in this website are provided to you courtesy of ExxonMobil and are based on a range of data and information. While care has been taken in preparing the materials, ExxonMobil makes no representations, warranties or guarantees as to their accuracy, reliability, quality, correctness or completeness. Each user must make its own determination and judgment on applying any information in this assay. Any and all use of this information shall be the sole responsibility of the user, and the user releases ExxonMobil and its affiliates from any and all claims arising from its use and shall defend and hold ExxonMobil and its affiliates harmless from any third party claims arising from the user's application or use of any part of the materials.