The non-statutory Infrastructure Code of Practice (ICOP) sets out principles and procedures to guide all those involved in negotiating third-party access to oil and gas infrastructure on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS).
Provision of information
Consistent with the principles of the Code, Harbour Energy is required to make High Level Capacity Information publicly available to enable prospective users to determine the suitability of the infrastructure to meet their transportation and processing requirements.
Should you need further clarification on the data, please contact us directly.
In addition, we publish Key Commercial Terms in the form of short summaries of newly concluded construction and tie-in agreements, transportation and processing agreements or operating service agreements.
Please note that for the purpose of Provision of Information, reference to Harbour Energy is a reference to the relevant subsidiary or affiliate of Harbour under the Code. While this information has been prepared in good faith, we make no warranty or representation (implied or expressed) as to its accuracy, completeness or relevance for use by any other party and Harbour Energy accepts no liability under any circumstances relating to the information its use.
Key commercial terms
Published Key Terms
Transportation agreement – J-Block Pipeline – Fulmar Crude Petroleum
Transportation agreement – J-Block Pipeline – Flyndre Crude Petroleum
Transportation agreement – J-Block Pipeline – Vorlich Crude Petroleum
Transportation agreement – J-Block Pipeline – Stella Crude Petroleum
Transportation agreement – J-Block Pipeline – Abigail Crude Petroleum