Anasuria

Article Jan. 17, 2019

Anasuria

Production and handling

The constituent fields Teal, Teal South & Guillemot A and Cook are located approximately 175km due east of Aberdeen. Production began Sep 1996. Daily production from the constituent fields is ~15kbd, of which ExxonMobil markets ~4kbd. Typically sold to refiners in NW Europe on a delivered basis, with delivery options to U.S. subject to transhipment at Nigg Bay or Scapa Flow. Typical cargo size is 600kb. 

Load Port Data

Loading is via Anasuria FPSO which has a storage capacity of 850,000 barrels. Oil export is by shuttle tankers. 

Typical characteristics

A light low sulfur North Sea crude.

  • Gravity 39.7
  • Sulfur 0.31%
  • Loading port Anasuria

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