The UK Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has offered for 113 license areas over 260 blocks or part-blocks to 65 companies in the 32nd Offshore Licensing Round (announced 3 September 2020).
In total, 113 license areas are offered over 260 blocks or part-blocks in the 32nd UK offshore licensing round
The blocks are located in mature, producing areas close to existing infrastructure, under the flexible terms of the 'Innovate License'. This enables applicants to define a license duration and phasing that will allow them to execute the optimal work program. The majority of the licenses will enter the Initial Term (Phase A or Phase B exploration stage), and 16 of the awards are for licenses that will proceed straight to the Second Term, either for potential developments, or re-developments of fields where production had ceased and the acreage had been relinquished.
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