Production and injection data

Information on the supply of data can be found on the page data supply

Production figures per well, field, facility or licence

The operator shall provide per calendar month the following data obtained during production, storage or recovery of oil, gas or other substances (artikel 111.1 and 112.1 Mbb).

Production:

a. per borehole: the quantities produced and types of minerals; 
b. per licence area: the quantities and types of minerals removed; 
c. per mining work: the quantities and types of minerals consumed; 
d. per mining work: the quantities and types of minerals destroyed; 
e. per borehole: the quantities of substances other than minerals produced; 
f.  per borehole: the quantities of substances brought into the subsoil for the purpose of production.

Storage

a. per reservoir: the quantities and types of substances stored;
b. per reservoir: the quantities and types of substances retrieved and removed;
c. per mining work: the quantities and types of substances retrieved and consumed,
d. per mining work: the quantities and types of substances retrieved and destroyed.

The operator shall provide TNO with the data within 4 weeks after the end of the calendar month concerned. Subsequently they will be published on nlog.nl within 4 weeks thereafter. 

Production figures are available since January 1st , 2003. Data prior to this date is not released to the public domain

Overviews from the Annual review Natural resources and geothermal energy 2015

The tables below list the aggregated production figures for natural gas, oil and condensate for 2015. Condensate is considered to be a by-product of oil or gas production. Changes compared with 2014 are given in absolute figures and as percentages. The information in the tables is based on figures supplied by the operators.

The fall in gas production compared with 2014 is largely attributable to production from the Groningen field being reduced. The decline in production from the small gas fields reflects the gradual depletion of the producing fields. The increase in oil production offshore is largely the result of the Q13 Amstel field coming on stream. The decrease in oil production onshore is caused by the temporary halt of production in the Schoonebeek field due to technical problems with the transport of injection water.

Production natural gas, oil and condensate 2015

Overview production of natural gas, oil and condensate in 2015 and changes with respect to 2014

Gas Production 2015 Change compared to 2014  
  10Nm3 106 Nm3 %
Onshore (total) 35.640 -15.056 -29,7
Groningen field 28.103 -14.054 -33.3
Onshore other fields 7.537 -1.002 -11,7
Offshore 14.049 -1.208 -7,9
Total 49.690 -16.264 -24.7
Oil Production 2015 Change compared to 2014  
  103 Sm3 103 Sm3 %
Onshore 349 -328 -48,4
Offshore 1307 174 15,4
Total 1656 -153 -8,5
Average oil production per day   4.537 Sm3/day
Condensate Production 2015 Change compared to 2014  
  10Sm3 103 Sm3 %
Onshore 340 60 21,4
Offshore 192 -24 -11.1
Total 532 35 7.0