Unlocking Britain's Energy Potential

East Midlands

Our East Midlands acreage stretches from the East Midlands Shelf to the Gainsborough Trough and the Widmerpool Gulf

  • Number of fields 16
  • Production sites 80
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East Midlands

Our East Midlands acreage stretches from the East Midlands Shelf to the Gainsborough Trough and the Widmerpool Gulf

The Gainsborough area is made up of 10 fields and a processing facility. Oil is transported to Phillips 66 via road tanker, gas is piped to Gainsborough 1 for power generation and produced water is pumped for reinjection.

Our East Midlands net acreage consists of 16 oil fields and 80 sites and has c.50% current production, which is more than 47 million barrels of oil to date.

The East Midlands area is comprised of two primary production centres: Welton and Gainsborough.

The Welton area is made up of six fields and a gathering centre where the produced oil, gas and water are separated.  The produced oil is transported to Conoco Immingham via road tanker; gas is used for power generation and exported to the National Grid; produced water is pumped for reinjection.

The Gainsborough area is made up of 10 fields and a processing facility.  Oil is transported to Phillips 66 via road taker, gas is piped to Gainsborough 1 for power generation and produced water is pumped for reinjection.