P15ab and P15c Gas Fields

The first field in the P15ab and P15c licenses was developed in 1993 and all of the subsequent gas reserves were found in the Triassic Bunter sandstones, in a series of tilted fault blocks.

The P15ab and P15c licences are part of the P15/P18 gas complex located in the south of the Dutch North Sea, containing a number of gas fields most of which have been developed as satellites to a central gas platform, P15-D, located adjacent to the P15-C Rijn oil processing facilities. On the P15-D platform, the gas is processed to sales specs and exported through a dedicated 40 km, 26‚ÄĚpipeline to the beach at Maasvlakte, near Rotterdam.

The condensate that is separated from the gas on P15-D is transported to P15-C, from where it is exported blended with Rijn and third party Amstel crude through a 42 km oil pipeline to the Hoek van Holland terminal.

ONE has a 14.19299% working interest in the P15ab license and a 11.72816% in the P15c licence, both of which are operated by TAQA, as is the P15/P18 gas complex.

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