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NEPTUNE ENERGY

PUBLISHED: 00:00 29 March 2019

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THE PETROLEUM ACT 1998 MINKE FIELD P611

NEPTUNE ENERGY has submitted, for the consideration of the Secretary of State for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy, draft Decommissioning Programmes for the Minke Field in accordance with the provisions of the Petroleum Act 1998. It is a requirement of the Act that interested parties be consulted on such decommissioning proposals.

The items/facilities covered by the Decommissioning Programmes are the removal of the pipeline connection spools, exposed pipeline and umbilical sections plus dropped object protection such as concrete mattresses and grout bags. Neptune Energy hereby gives notice that a copy of the Minke Decommissioning Programmes can be viewed at the internet address: www.neptuneenergy.com/en/uk-decomissioning

Alternatively, a hard copy of the Programmes can be inspected at the following location during office hours

David Hunt

Subsea Project Manager

Neptune Energy

16 North Esplanade West

Aberdeen

AB11 5RJ, the United Kingdom

01224 281 000

Representations regarding the Minke Decommissioning Programmes should be submitted in writing to applicant’s nominated contact, at address specified, where they should be received by closing date 28 April 2019 and should state the grounds upon which any representations are being made.

Neptune E&P UK Ltd


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