The Enoch field is located in the Central North Sea 15km east of the Brae complex and extends into Norwegian block 15/5. It lies in a good quality Eocene reservoir.
The field was discovered in 1985 and was developed as a subsea tieback to the Brae Alpha platform. Oil production is exported from Brae via the Forties Pipeline System (FPS). First production was achieved in 2007.
The field lies at a depth of 6,800ft and contains a 37⁰API oil, with an initial gas cap. There is a single production well supported by an active regional aquifer.