• 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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Senior Management

Andrew Hockey - General Manager, Business Development

Andy is responsible for  joint ventures and new business opportunities within Fairfield.  He has worked in the energy industry for more than 25 years, initially as a petroleum geologist and subsequently as an asset manager.  Andy joined Fairfield from Eni in Milan where he worked on the Kashagan Project between 2002 and 2005.  Before joining Eni, Andy was responsible for LASMO’s portfolio in Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco.  Prior to this he was employed in the capacity of Exploration Manager, Algeria, for Monument and North Africa/Greece Project Leader for Triton.  The first 15 years of Andy’s career were spent with PetroFina, split between the UK North Sea and international postings in Singapore, Vietnam, Australia and Belgium.  Andy has a BA Honours in Geology from  Worcester College, Oxford University and an MSc in Petroleum Geology from Imperial College, London University.  In 2011 Andy became a non-executive director of Sound Oil plc, an AIM listed Exploration and Production company with assets in Italy and Indonesia.  In 2012 Andy became non-executive chairman of Sound Oil plc, an AIM listed Exploration and Production company with assets in Italy and Indonesia.

John Wiseman - General Manager, Dunlin Area

John is responsible for management of the Dunlin Area assets.  He has worked in the oil and gas industry for more than 30 years, initially in offshore topsides and subsea operational roles and subsequently in a variety of Onshore Engineering, Project management and Operations functional leadership roles.  John joined Fairfield after spending the majority of his career in BP where latterly he had a broad remit as Head of Projects, Logistics and Turnarounds.  John held a number of managerial roles between 1999 and 2010 including Facilities Development Team Leader (Forties), N.Sea JV Manager for Facilities and Operations, and Manager of Engineering and Ops Excellence where he was BP N.Sea’s Operational Functional Lead. John returned to BP in 2011 to lead up the Transfer of Operatorship of BP’s Wytch Farm and Southern Gas businesses to the incoming Operator.  John has a BSc in Engineering Science from Aberdeen University and is a Chartered Engineer with the Mechanical Engineering Institute.

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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