Juliet (UK)

Juliet was discovered by ENGIE E&P at the end of 2008, with project sanction taking place in June 2012. A fast track project, first gas was produced in January 2014.

Juliet is located on the western flank of the Southern Gas Basin just 39 km east of the Yorkshire Coast.

Juliet is a subsea development on the western flank of the Southern Gas Basin just 39km east of the Yorkshire Coast. This small field comprises of two horizontal subsea wells tied back via a subsea development to Pickerill A platform, operated by Perenco UK Ltd.

Gas Transportation: At the Pickerill A platform, the gas is transported through the Theddlethorpe Gas Terminal (TGT).

Location: The Juliet field is located in Block 47/14b, licence P614, in the UK Southern North Sea.

Production Start: 5 January 2014

Production: Gas

Partners: ENGIE E&P UK Limited (51.56%, Operator), First Oil Expro Limited (29.44%), Hansa Hydrocarbons Limited (19%)

External Links: UK regulating body Oil & Gas Authority

Current status: Juliet’s Cessation of Production in discussion

Subsea tree for the G1 well. Photo: Jamie Ireland.