Chrysaor has a 19.7-49.1% interest in the Beryl area. The Beryl area is operated by Apache and consists of the Beryl, Buckland, Callater, Ness, Nevis and Skene fields along with the Storr discovery. The Beryl oil and gas field has been developed in three phases. The first two phases developed the oil reserves using a large concrete platform (Beryl 'Alpha') in the south of the field, together with a smaller steel platform ('Bravo') to the north. A separate riser platform bridge-linked to Beryl 'Alpha' was installed in 1990 to deal with the third gas phase.
Chrysaor is working closely with Apache to identify near field targets with a quick turnaround to production following the success of the Callater field. Storr is planned for FID in 2018 with production as early as 1Q 2019. In addition, Chrysaor is actively supporting Apache by offering critical resource for the reinstatement of key compression systems which has resulted in improved production performance. The fields produced 18.4 mboepd net during November and December 2017.