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The Northwest Europe Offshore Decommissioning Activity Map

The Northwest Europe Offshore Decommissioning Activity Map

Based on the hugely successful and popular North Sea base map, this map features highlighted offshore oil and gas fields which are reaching their late-life for production, and undergoing stages of platform removal, decommissioning and removal. This clear and concise decommissioning projects reference map, covering the complete NW Europe region offshore decommissioning projects status, including: Active decommissioning projects; Fields approaching late-life, Planned and future activity; and fields already decommissioned to date.

Highlighted details also include: Locations of active and future decommissioning yards, onshore terminals with decommissioning and late life renewables (wind farms) projects.

Highlighted Decommissioning Projects Status:
- Featured decommissioning project status highlighted within the map
- Active Decommissioning - active onshore and offshore activity
- Planned Decommissioning - active plans and/or ceased production, no offshore activity started
- Shut In and COP Infrastructure
- Late-Life - All projects within possible 5 years end of field life
- Already Fully Decommissioned Fields - offshore activity completed

Topical Coverage:
- Depleted Oil and Gas Fields
- Fields with Removed Structures
- Onshore Decommissioning Facilities - with Decommissioning/Disposal/Liquid Storage capability - With active licence / under development / possible status
- Established offshore oil, gas and renewables infrastructure
- Fixed, Floating and Subsea field development infrastructure type
- Operational Major Pipelines and Trunklines
- Well Locations - with highlighted suspended wells
- Offshore Licence Blocks - Operated and Non-operated - quadrants with quadrant number

Includes 5 year Market Forecast:
- Late Life to CoP Fields, five-year trends and forecast

Geographical Coverage:
- Northwest Europe Countries and Median Lines Offshore Bathymetry Major Cities, Towns and Ports

Page Size: 41.5 x 58.5 in (1050 x 1485 mm)

The Northwest Europe Offshore Energy Resources Map - Tracking The Transition

The Northwest Europe Offshore Energy Resources Map - Tracking The Transition

The Northwest Europe region is undergoing a massive transition away from fossilised fuels towards renewable ‘green’ energy sources and a carbon neutral footprint. Over many years, since the first oil and gas fields came on stream, we have tracked this activity and released it in many forms. We ourselves, for over 35 years, have charted this activity and released it as wall maps and within GIS mapping applications.

Now it is time to re-look at the broader Northwest Europe offshore energy sources, combining all the established (and producing) oil and gas fields, the fields with future potential to come on stream with proven reserves, in conjunction with the fast-emerging offshore renewables activity of wind and wave projects, the locations of new carbon capture projects and the establishment of hydrogen production and storage hubs.

This new energy map clearly reflects the present hydrocarbons offshore energy sources and the new green technologies coming into play.

This brand new, fully revised and updated Northwest Europe Offshore Energy Resources Maphas brought together all the following features:

Regions Covered:
UK, Norway, The Netherlands, Denmark, Germany (North Sea), Ireland, NW France and Belgium.

Offshore Energy Sources Featured:
- Oil and Gas
- Renewables
- Carbon Capture and Storage Projects
- Hydrogen Hubs
- Wave Energy Sites

Topical Energy Sources Data Featured:
- Operational Oil and Gas Fields with Operational Production Facility Type (e.g. Fixed Platform, Floating Production or Subsea Tieback)
- Oil and Gas Non-Producing Fields (as-yet no production or export facility installed)
- Depleted fields and decommissioned infrastructure status
- Shut-in production facilities.
- Wind Farms locations and current operational status (Operational and Possible) including ScotWind awards areas
- Wave Energy project locations and names
- Carbon Capture & Underground Storage projects and names
- Major Hydrogen projects and names
- Offshore Exploration and Development Licence Areas with Operator Name, Block Name / Number and Status (currently operated or licenced, or open block status)
- Well locations
- Pipelines - Operational and Future

Page Size: 41.5 x 58.5 in (1050 x 1485 mm)

The Offshore Mediterranean & Black Sea Oil and Gas Activity Map - Boardroom Edition

The Offshore Mediterranean & Black Sea Oil and Gas Activity Map - Boardroom Edition

The global energy market is undergoing massive change. The focus on oil and gas projects is being challenged with the need to reduce carbon emissions and the arrival of renewable energy sources.

Two regions however, The Mediterranean and the Black Sea have seen offshore oil and gas exploration and development activity leap.

Several North Africa regions have new activity and development, but it is presently in the eastern Mediterranean Sea region that major projects developments are taking off.

Huge gas finds in Israel and Cyprus, bordering the established Egypt region, have been made.

Licencing activity has also escalated, although bringing to light questions on international borders.

The Black Sea basin, has major discoveries in Turkey, field developments in Romania and renewed interest from global majors, with new fields being developed and major pipelines being installed.

However, the installation of new Offshore Renewables projects and the future projects on the horizon are also featured within the new map, including the new Floating Wind projects offshore France.

Topical Coverage:
- Operational & Future Offshore Oil and Gas and Condensate Fields
- Field Development Infrastructure Type - Fixed and Floating Production Installations Type and Subsea Tiebacks
- Wind Farms (including Floating Wind projects) - Operational, Under Development and Future projects
- Offshore Oil and Gas Discoveries
- Licence Blocks - Operated and Non-operated
- Operational and Future Major Pipelines

Geographical Coverage:
Full Med & Black Sea Countries and Median Lines - Offshore Bathymetry - Major Cities, Towns and Ports

Page Size: 58.5 x 41.5 in (1485 x 1050 mm)

The Offshore South & East Africa Oil and Gas Activity Map

The Offshore South & East Africa Oil and Gas Activity Map

During the years 2010 to 2014 the South & East Africa region was making world-class gas discoveries, namely Mamba, Windjammer, Golfinho, Zafarani, Chaza, Mamba and many more. Leading to estimates of up to 370+tcf of possible gas reserves.

East Africa alone could be harbouring more than 250tcf of gas and 14.5 billion barrels of oil. Drilling success rate has proven outstanding, gas particularly, oil more elusive.

Super-major ENI, recently reached FID of the Coral South gas field in Mozambique, looking to develop the project through a floating LNG production facility. This could be the first of many new developments over the coming years.

Discoveries of major fields have led to legislative change. Leading to regional governments still keen to seek and retain investment from international players.

South and East Africa stands out as a global region of interest.

The development of oil and gas in this region will provide a major stimulus to the local economies and will require extensive upgrading of the existing infrastructure. Governments across the region are already looking at how to harness the rewards of the industry to benefit their economies.

As the above coverage map indicates, the full South & East African region will be featured within one single wall map.

Topical Coverage:
- Operational Offshore Oil and Gas and Condensate Fields
- Operational Offshore Oil and Gas Fixed and Floating Installations
- Subsea Installations
- Offshore Discoveries and Project Hot-spots
- Offshore Licence Blocks - Operated and Non-operated
- Operational and Future Pipelines

Geographical Coverage:
- Countries and Median Lines
- Offshore Bathymetry
- Major Cities, Towns and Ports - including Construction, Conversion and Fabrication yards

Page Size: 58.5 x 41.5 in (1485 x 1050 mm)

The Timor-Leste Regional Development Map

The Timor-Leste Regional Development Map

Following the resolution of its maritime boundaries dispute with Australia, and the formation of a new maritime border, Timor-Leste is in a position to develop its hydrocarbon reserves.

With the launching of the Timor-Leste Second Licensing Round, by His Excellency Mr. Taur Matan Ruak, the prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, the Government of Timor-Leste released a total of 18 (eighteen) new blocks for public tender of the Productions Sharing Contracts.

Timor-Leste’s economy is heavily dependent on oil and gas.

According to recent reports the oil sector accounted for 48% of the country’s GDP, 97% of exports and 46% of total imports (in 2015). Production is rapidly declining and exploration activities were limited, giving rise to discussions on the need for economic diversification.

The 18 new blocks on offer consist of 7 new blocks Onshore and 11 new blocks Offshore.

Additional plans for new infrastructure could include a new oil refinery and petrochemical complex and the possible Tasi Mane LNG terminal, linked to the Greater Sunrise field.

This new map is to feature the location of all 18 licence blocks, the locations of all wells drilled to date, and the locations of the current and future fields and the current and future infrastructure.

Interest in this region is extremely topical and investment opportunities are plentiful.

Regional Coverage:

As shown in the outline layout. Including a significant part of the North Western Australia infrastructure.

Topical Coverage:
- All regional licence blocks, onshore and offshore
- Operational & Future Offshore Oil and Gas and Condensate Fields
- Operational & Future Offshore Oil and Gas Fixed, Floating & Subsea Installations
- Offshore Discoveries
- Operational and Future Major Pipelines
- LNG facilities and terminals

Geographical Coverage:
- Countries and Median Lines
- Offshore Bathymetry
- Major Cities, Towns and Ports

Page Size: 47 x 33.25 in (1188 x 840 mm)