Oil giant Harbour Energy vows to step up North Sea activity as it returns to black
- ByHerald Scotland-
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Harbour Energy plc, formerly Premier Oil plc, is an independent oil and gas company. The Company operates in United Kingdom, Norway, Indonesia, Vietnam, Brazil, Mexico, and Falkland Islands. The Company's portfolio of licenses in the United Kingdom comprises a mixture of producing assets, development, pre-development assets and exploration. Its United Kingdom offshore operated positions include Greater Britannia, J-Area, the AELE Hub, Solan, Catcher, the East Irish Sea and Tolmount Area in the southern North Sea. Onshore, it owns the Rivers terminal at Barrow-in-Furness and has interests in the Sullom Voe oil terminal in Shetland. The Company produces with a portfolio comprising some 200,000 barrels oil equivalent per day from operations in the North Sea and South East Asia.