SOCKEYE OIL FIELD, OFFSHORE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Published:January 01, 1998
James M. Galloway, Scott D. Drewry, Michael R. Brickey, Scott B. Sorensen, 1998. "SOCKEYE OIL FIELD, OFFSHORE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA", Structure and Petroleum Geology, Santa Barbara Channel, California, Dale S. Kunitomi, Thomas E. Hopps, James M. Galloway
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The Sockeye field occupies parts of four Federal Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) blocks, each block measuring 9 square miles (Figure 1). The field is included in the Santa Clara Unit, which also contains the Santa Clara field (see Brickey and Galloway, 1998, this volume). Water depths in the vicinity of the field range from 100 feet to 750 feet. Production wells in the field are drilled from Platform Gail. Produced oil, gas, and condensate are delivered to shore at Carpinteria by underwater pipeline via Platform Grace on the Santa Clara field.