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History

In 1987 a large gas field was discovered north of Den Helder. Based on an extensive survey carried out by ELF Petroland (the current Total E&P Nederland B.V.) and NAM B.V. the decision was made - in close cooperation with EBN - to build a 264-kilometer long NOGAT-pipeline system. The production platforms of various oil and gas companies were connected to this system, after which use of the pipeline really took off in 1992. In 2000 Wintershall connected a pipeline from the German Continental shelf to the NOGAT pipeline. In 2004 Maersk did the same for gas fields on the Danish Continental Shelf.

In 2008 GDF SUEZ E&P Nederland B.V. took over the interest of NAM in NOGAT. As of that moment they also took over the general management of the system. The daily operations of the GBI in Den Helder - part of the NOGAT system, are taken care of by NAM at the request of NOGAT.

 

1989

 

 

Establishment of Northern Offshore Gastransport B.V. (NOGAT B.V.)

 

 

1990

 

 

Commencement of the construction of the gast treatment installation  at Balgzand and the laying of the 36” pipeline and 24” pipeline from the F3-FB platform to the terminal.

 

 

1992

 

 

Start of the transportation of gas from production platform F3-FB to the gas treatment station in Den Helder.

 

 

2000

 

 

Connection of the NOGAT extension to the German Continental Shelf for the transportation of German gas.

 

 

2004

 

 

Completion of the pipeline from the Danish Continental Shelf with the Tyra platform and first gas and treatment of Danish gas. 

 

 

2008

 

 

GDF SUEZ takes over interest in NOGAT as well as the management from NAM B.V. 

 

 

2009

 

 

Lundin Petroleum BV sells interest in NOGAT to Centrica Production Nederland BV.

 

 

2010

 

 

GDF SUEZ takes over part of the interest in NOGAT from Total.

 

 

2013

 

 

PGGM takes over a part of the interest of GDF SUEZ.

 

 

2015

 

 

GDF SUEZ becomes ENGIE.

 

 

 2018 ENGIE becomes Neptune Energy.