• About Us

    About Us

    Fairfield has become an innovative upstream oil producer, specifically concentrating on the appraisal and development of hydrocarbon accumulations in the North Sea.

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  • History

    History

    Fairfield launched in 2005 as one of the best funded UK start-up companies in the North Sea.

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  • Strategy

    Strategy

    Fairfield's strategy is to be a UK focused independent of scale and substance through the creation of a portfolio which is balanced along the value chain

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History

Fairfield was originally established to specifically address the developing opportunities in the UKCS but is now focussing on decommissioning Dunlin.

At inception Fairfield started with a $200 million line of equity and the Maureen and Crawford fields which were acquired from Acorn Oil & Gas.  The asset portfolio was grown over the years through a combination of asset acquisitions and organic growth through participation in the UKCS Licencing Rounds. However, in early 2015 Fairfield elected to focus on successfully and responsibly decommissioning the Dunlin main field and the Osprey and Merlin subsea satellite fields, tied back to the Dunlin installation, and the associated infrastructure. This will be done working in close co-operation with the Dunlin joint venture partner, MCX, and the various UK regulatory bodies along with other UK operators and decommissioning specialists.

Operations

Operations

Fairfield's strategy is to focus on the creation of value in selected blocks which we call Core Areas.
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CSR

CSR

Fairfield operates a socially responsible and safety conscious business with the highest regard for the environment.
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News

News

Fairfield Energy believes it is essential that its stakeholders, partners and the wider public are kept abreast of its activities.
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Contact

Contact

If you would like further information or have a general enquiry, we would be delighted to hear from you.
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