Sullom Voe


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Sullom Voe

a deep coastal inlet in the Shetland Islands, on the N coast of Mainland. It is used for the storage and transshipment of oil
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EnQuest's spokesman said: "Since taking over operatorship of Sullom Voe Terminal, significant progress has been made.
The entry states: "This man is at Sullom Voe, Shetlands, he is one of the leaders of the North Sea off shore strike.
That search for truth led Johnson, by then a member of the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens' Advisory Council (formed after the spill), to Sullom Voe in the Shetland Islands to look at the North Sea oil facilities.
"The west of Shetland is where the terminal's future will come from," says Arthur Spence, Sullom Voe manager.
It has a combined 26.73 per cent interest in the Dana-operated Hudson field and a 24 per cent interest in the Sullom Voe Terminal.
It holds an interest in the Hudson field Sullom Voe Terminal.
It has a combined 26.73% interest in the Dana-operated Hudson field and a 24% interest in the Sullom Voe Terminal.
In which group of British islands would you find the port of Sullom Voe? 7.
We therefore estimate crude oil costs using the Brent fob spot price at Sullom Voe. Due to some limitations, we assume freight rates between Sullom Voe and the British Refineries to be equivalent to the tanker rates (4) between Sullom Voe and Rotterdam refineries.
"The oil tanker, which is carrying 90,000 tonnes of North Sea crude oil, came from the Sullom Voe Terminal in the Shetland Islands.
The delivery point for WTI is Cushing, Okla., and the delivery point for Brent Blend is the Sullom Voe Terminal located in the Shetland Islands in the North Sea.
A pipeline transports produced gas to the Sullom Voe terminal and shuttle tankers carry oil also to Sullom Voe.