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Benchmark crude oil supply in the North Sea falls

December 30, 2021

(Photo: Harald Pettersen / Equinor)

The supply of the five North Sea crude oil grades that underpin the date’s Brent benchmark averaged around 707,000 barrels (bpd) per day in February, indicating that the loading program was down from the planned 813,000 barrels / day in January. rice field.

Dated Brent is based on the crude oil streams of Brent, Ekofisk, Oseberg, Forties and Troll.

The details are as follows. The numbers have been rounded up.

February January
BPD MLN BBLS BPD MLN BBLS
Forties 236,000 6.6 271,000 8.4
Ekofisk 214,000 6 232,000 7.2 7.2
Troll 150,000 4.2 4.2 155,000 4.8
Oseberg 64,000 1.8 1.8 97,000 3
Brent 43,000 1.2 1.2 58,000 1.8 1.8
total 707,000 19.8 813,000 25.2

(Report by Alex Lawler, edited by Susan Fenton)

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