Judy/Joanne – 67.0% operator
Judy and Joanne are in Block 30/7a of the UK central North Sea approximately 240-kilometres south-east of Aberdeen. They sit in Quadrant 30 of the J-Area (or J-Block) with overlapping reservoirs. Judy is a manned platform with accommodation, production, processing and gas injection equipment. Joanne is a subsea manifold with six subsea wells tied back to Judy. Commercial oil production and gas sales from Judy/Joanne began in 1997. After being processed on Judy, gas is transported through the CATS Pipeline and liquids are transported through the Norpipe system to Teesside.
Jade – 67.5% operator
Jade lies approximately 240-kilometres south east of Aberdeen in Block 30/2c. It is a high-pressure/high-temperature (HP/HT) development, which consists of a normally unmanned installation (NUI) tied back via a subsea pipeline to the Judy facility from where all operations are controlled. Hydrocarbons from Jade were first discovered in 1995. Production from Jade is processed and exported through Judy.
Jasmine – 67.0% operator
Jasmine is a gas condensate field located in Blocks 30/6 and 30/7 of the UK central North Sea approximately 255 kilometres south east of Aberdeen. It is part of the J-Block first round licence awarded in 1964 and is the fourth development in the J-Area after Judy, Joanne and Jade. The development consisting of a 24-slot wellhead platform (JWHP) with bridge-linked accommodation, came onstream in 2013. The JWHP is tied back to the Judy platform to the east via an 8-kilometre pipeline and a riser platform at Judy. Production from Jasmine is processed and exported through Judy.