Bleo Holm back at work in Ross field Projects and Operations
// August 10, 2001
The Bleo Holm Floating Production, Storage & Offloading (FPSO) vessel has resumed production in the Ross oil field in the North sea and has commenced production in the Blake oil field over one month ahead of schedule.
Initial combined production from the fields will be 65,000 bbls/d with production expected to peak at around 85,000 bbls/d.
Production from Ross was suspended in March 2001 to allow onshore topsides modifications to FPSO.
These modifications were completed and the vessel returned to the field for offshore hook-up ahead of the project schedule, allowing production to resume well ahead of the scheduled date.
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