Johan Sverdrup oil field to load 226,000 barrels per day in Oct.-trade source
The first loading programme for the giant Equinor-operated Johan Sverdrup oil field in Norway lists 11 cargoes in October, a trading source said on Friday after Equinor said loadings could come before a planned November start.
This implies that loadings from Johan Sverdrup, the largest North Sea discovery in more than three decades, will average around 226,000 barrels per day in October.
Equinor owns 40% of the field, Total 8.4%, Aker BP 11.6%, Petoro 17.4% and Lundin Petroleum 22.6 %.
Source: Reuters (Reporting by Noah Browning, writing by Shadia Nasralla)