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This excerpt taken from the BP 20-F filed Jun 13, 2006.

North Sea

    FPS (BP 100%) is an integrated oil and NGLs transportation and processing system that handles production from over 40 fields in the Central North Sea. The system has a capacity of more than 1 mmb/d, with average throughput in 2004 at 697 mb/d. In 2004, we successfully completed the connection of the Buzzard field into the system. This was the first time that a subsea welded hot-tap technology had been applied in this way in the North Sea, allowing FPS to remain in production while the connection was made.

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    BP operates and has a 29.5% interest in CATS, a 400-kilometre natural gas pipeline system in the central UK sector of the North Sea. The pipeline has a transportation capacity of 1.7 bcf/d to a natural gas terminal at Teesside in northeast England. CATS offers natural gas transportation services or transportation and processing via two 600 mmcf/d processing trains. In 2004, throughput was 1.4 bcf/d (gross), 405mcf/d (net).

    In addition, BP operates the Dimlington/Easington gas processing terminal (BP 100%) on Humberside and the Sullom Voe Gas Terminal in the Shetlands.
This excerpt taken from the BP 20-F filed Jun 30, 2005.

North Sea

    FPS (BP 100%) is an integrated oil and NGLs transportation and processing system that handles production from over 40 fields in the Central North Sea. The system has a capacity of more than 1 mmb/d, with average throughput in 2004 at 697 mb/d. In 2004, we successfully completed the connection of the Buzzard field into the system. This was the first time that a subsea welded hot-tap technology had been applied in this way in the North Sea, allowing FPS to remain in production while the connection was made.

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    BP operates and has a 29.5% interest in CATS, a 400-kilometre natural gas pipeline system in the central UK sector of the North Sea. The pipeline has a transportation capacity of 1.7 bcf/d to a natural gas terminal at Teesside in northeast England. CATS offers natural gas transportation services or transportation and processing via two 600 mmcf/d processing trains. In 2004, throughput was 1.4 bcf/d (gross), 405mcf/d (net).

    In addition, BP operates the Dimlington/Easington gas processing terminal (BP 100%) on Humberside and the Sullom Voe Gas Terminal in the Shetlands.

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