30JUN 2022
North Sea gas (band)

North Sea gas (band)

Of Scotland North Sea Gas are Dave Gilfillan, Ronnie MacDonald and Grant Simpson. North Sea Gas: Ronnie MacDonald, Grant Simpson and Dave Gilfillan Over thirty-five years and stronger than ever!! North Sea Gas is one of Scotland s most popular folk bands with great vocals and tremendous three part harmonies. Guitars, Mandolin, Fiddle, Bouzouki, Harmonica, Whistles, Bodhrans, Banjo…

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31MAY 2022
Maersk oil North Sea

Maersk oil North Sea

There is still huge potential value in the North Sea, and Maersk Oil aims to become a top-5 producer, from its current rank of 9th. Projects like Culzean – which received board approval this month – and Johan Sverdrup show the opportunities. The North Sea region has an estimated remaining potential of…
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31MAY 2022
North Sea depth map

North Sea depth map

By Alan Fyfe Introduction In the middle of the North Sea, about 200km east of Dundee, there are a number of deep trenches known collectively as the Devil s Hole. Figure 1 is a map of the Central North Sea and shows the location of the deeps. The north-south trending depressions which make up the feature…
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31MAY 2022
Weather Forecast North Sea

Weather Forecast North Sea

Sea Area Forecast until 1800 Sunday 21 February 2016 Gale Warning: In Operation Small Craft Warning: In Operation Meteorological Situation at 1500: A strong westerly airflow covers Ireland, between a complex area of low pressure of 965 hPa near Iceland and high pressure to the west of Iberia. Frontal…
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31MAY 2022
North Devon Holidays by the Sea

North Devon Holidays by the Sea

Self-Catering Holiday Rentals in North Devon for your Home Stay Whether you re an adrenaline addict or prefer to relax, whether you re a history-lover or prefer the modern culture of clubbing, pubbing and retail therapy, North Devon will surely delight you. Exmoor has many exciting things to do- commune with nature at Exmoor National Park or explores the charming village of Porlock…

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12MAY 2022
Knee Deep in the North Sea

Knee Deep in the North Sea

Portico Quartet, who created a popular signature sound by bathing minimalist music in the glow of the steelpan-like hang drum, are on tour opposite Penguin Cafe this month. They are seductively absorbing live, as some live tracks on this album demonstrate, and it s those that make this more than a makeover (via the input of celeb producer John Leckie) of their 2007 debut album of…

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12MAY 2022
Offshore Weather Forecast North Sea

Offshore Weather Forecast North Sea

There are strong wind warnings in 19 areas. There is a gale warning in 1 area. Low pressure moving eastwards from Iceland to Norway and high pressure slow moving near the Azores will maintain a strong westerly airflow across the United Kingdom for the next couple of days. There are gale warnings in 26 areas. The general synopsis at midday Low just southwest of Iceland 965 expected…

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12MAY 2022
North Sea pipelines

North Sea pipelines

The Langeled Pipeline project, spearheaded by Exxon Mobil, Stat Oil and Royal Dutch Shell, was undertaken to exploit one of the world’s largest reservoirs of natural gas in Norway’s Ormen Lange (in Norse mythology: “Giant Serpent”) field, located on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. The project included the construction of a new gas terminal at Nyhamna to process the gas coming from…

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12MAY 2022
North Sea rig map

North Sea rig map

Valhall Is an oil field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea. Discovered in 1975, production began in 1982 and is expected to continue until 2050. Valhall is located in 70 metres of water. It produces from chalk in the Tor and Hod Formations of Late Cretaceous age. The reservoir depth is approximately 2 400 metres. Development [edit] The field was originally developed with three…

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06MAY 2022
North Sea restaurants Leeds

North Sea restaurants Leeds

No more bobbing about in “pirate” boats on the North Sea or shimmying up urban tower blocks to fix an FM aerial: today’s radio rebels broadcast from coffee bars, record shops and restaurants, commanding global online audiences – and working within the law. Online stations are now transforming Britain’s radio sector with their specialist knowledge and unique choice of location. A…

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