Are Standard Pipeline Crossing Agreements Being Adopted in the UKCS?
Article from: OGEL 5 (2003), in Pipelines
This article will provide an overview of the current status of offshore UK infrastructure, more specifically regarding the pipeline infrastructure used for the transportation of oil and gas produced in the UKCS. Given the continuing development of the UKCS, fuelled by Government policy and the efforts of the industry to maximise economic recovery, the production is set to increase, and so are the offshore activities for the supply of oil and gas, such as the laying of pipelines. In this scenario, it is very likely that at some point pipelines will run in proximity or ...