If you knew about Dunsfold you would know there are 2 planning applications. The link I provided is for the one that had the added documents. The other application has the changed date. You have to do some research. I'm not not doing it all for you.
From now on we won't know if the gas or oil is coming from HH-1 or HH-2Z unless the pump on HH-1 has stopped imo. The only real figures will be from RNS's with lots of guesstimations from the usual suspects.
Dunsfold planning application hearing has been put back yet again. Not sure why but may have something to do with these recently added files.
Estimated date to committee is now 16/04/2020
19/02/20 Clarification on Noise and Height of Plant and Machinery_Redacted 24/02/20 Photo of Southern Boundary of Well Site Host Field 24/02/20 High Billinghurst Farm and Well Site Profile Slides 24/02/20 Clarification re Gatehouse, Visual Impact and Tree Line
Phil7390 Unfortunately there is no past performance of note. Lidsey X2 and Balcombe 2Z, recently drilled horizontal onshore wells are not producing at all.
Argus I see you fail to provide any proof yet again. Do you hear of any oil companies shouting from the rafters of exceptional oil flow rates from onshore production wells be it vertical or horizontal? NO. I thought not.
Pboo. You posted "MMunch is IBug on LSE and he is a swampie, spends some of his time at the camp just as you enter Horsehill Road."
Pboo I will openly call you a liar as lse have my IP address and it is nowhere near RH6. As for the other neither you or I can prove it as I don't have a twitter account. I don't have any social media accounts. Never have. Never will.
RE: Perenco handling charge calculation23 Feb 2020 11:36
Wytch Farm is sending oil to 5 dedicated tanks at the Hamble for onward shipping by tanker to Rotterdam about every 10 days . Do you really think Shoreham is an option considering the cost of shipping? Sending oil to the BP terminal at Hamble for transfer to Fawley is the cheapest option at the moment. I think SS put it at about $4-$6 a barrel in one of his interviews about transport and market costs some time ago.