Within the UK, TAQA is a fully integrated exploration and production company working in the North Sea.
TAQA operates five platforms which produce from 13 fields spread across the Northern North Sea and the Central North Sea and it also owns equity in fields which are operated by others in the Central North Sea. TAQA’s total average daily production for 2014 was 61.4 mboe/d.
TAQA is the operator of the Brent Pipeline which connects its operated Cormorant Alpha platform back to the BP-operated Sullom Voe Terminal. The Brent System Pipeline carries approximately 90,000 bpd of oil, or approximately 10% of the UK’s oil production.
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Tern Alpha platform, UK North Sea
The Infrastructure Code of Practice is a voluntary code which outlines the best practices and expected behaviours of those who conduct negotiations for access to infrastructure.
This statement is made pursuant to Section 54, Part 6 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (“the Act”) and sets out the steps that TAQA Bratani Limited (“TAQA”) has taken and will take to ensure that it complies with the Act, to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any part of its supply chain or business.
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