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OGA 

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The Oil and Gas Authority’s role is to maximise the economic recovery of the UK’s oil and gas resources, whilst also supporting the move to net zero carbon by 2050. Our ambition is to be a world-leading authority setting the framework for a sustainable and competitive UK oil and gas industry.​

Since 2016 the OGA has supported the above aims through the sanction of a number of subsurface projects, the results of which they have released into the public domain data. These projects have been conducted by a range of service providers, the details of which are found associated wit the relevant datasets. The OGA also directly release a range of spatial data (e.g. offshore licences) and well header information. 

Undeveloped Discoveries

The Oil and Gas Authority’s role is to maximise the economic recovery of the UK’s oil and gas resources, whilst also supporting the move to net zero carbon by 2050. Our ambition is to be a world-leading authority setting the framework for a sustainable and competitive UK oil and gas industry.​

The OGA released a number of technical montages in 2017, detailing key information on over 50 undeveloped discoveries on the UKCS. These montages include a description of the discovery, opportunity associated with the discovery and key static and dynamic information. ​