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JOG looks towards UKCS regional electrification

Power-from-shore for the GBA project could be significantly expanded

UK independent Jersey Oil & Gas (JOG) reports “significant stakeholder interest in working collaboratively” to enable its Greater Buchan Area (GBA) development in the Central North Sea (CNS) to become an integral part of an area-wide electrification project. But the progress on a wider power-to-shore concept could come at the expense of a delay to the project’s planned timeline. In JOG’s view, regional electrification offers potential benefits to both itself and any future GBA stakeholders— a farmout process to reduce its 100pc stake is ongoing—as well as owners of neighbouring facilities through possible reductions in both capex and opex. Entry into front-end engineering and design (Fee



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