The potential of the North Sea

September 10, 2014


The potential of the North Sea

There is a significant oil and gas potential left in the Danish sector of the North Sea. In addition to the reserves known and not yet produced, the latest figures from the Danish Energy Agency show that there is a resource potential corresponding to well over 1.4 billion barrels of oil and gas – or more than 40% of Denmark’s total production from 1972 until today. The potential consists of possible new oil and gas discoveries, existing discoveries, which have not yet been developed and put into production, and finally an increase in recovery from the producing fields.

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