Maersk Oil has a global, diversified portfolio of both oil and gas producing assets and prospects. Operated production is concentrated in but not limited to the North Sea, with offshore production in Qatar and onshore in Kazakhstan. Angola in West Africa is host to an operated stake in deep-water exploration and development assets.
Maersk Oil is proud to be a partner of choice, and has non-operated interests in Norway, Algeria, Brazil, Iraqi Kurdistan, Kenya and the US Gulf of Mexico.
Our assets span geographies and geologies and represent a balanced-risk portfolio of stable production with highly prospective frontier acreage development activities. In our North Sea heartland two giant mega-projects are in execution, on time and below budget, and both expected to deliver first hydrocarbons towards the end of 2019.
We have more than 50 year’s production and operating experience. Having honed and developed our skills and operating model from the fractured carbonate reservoirs offshore Denmark, to developing multi-billion dollar high-pressure, high-temperature gas and condensate resources in the UK, the company has earned its reputation as a safe and reliable operator.
Offshore, Maersk Oil has a proven track record of delivering multi-phase field development and stewardship of a variety of platforms, FPSOs and FSOs.
Maersk Oil is an adept operator of mature and late life assets, harnessing years of operating experience and an Incident Free mindset to safely achieve maximum economic recovery in even the most challenging conditions.
Onshore we operate the Dunga Field in Kazakhstan and are partners in several assets in Algeria, Kenya and Kurdistan. This includes the world-class El-Merk, Swara Tika and Turkana basin developments.