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The Viking Fields were a gas development in the UK Southern North Sea, c. 130 km east of the Lincolnshire coast in 30 m water depth and covering Blocks 49/11d, 49/12a, 49/16a, 49/16c, 49/17a. The area comprised the Viking A, B, C, D and E Fields.

The Viking Fields were discovered in 1965 and started producing in 1972. The development was in two phases from 1971 to 1994 and from 1995 to 2000; the latter phase included the ‘Phoenix development’. The fields continued to produce until September 2015. Plugging and abandonment of the Viking Field wells was complete in...

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