Ancala Midstream support the Code of Practice on Access to Upstream Oil and Gas Infrastructure on the United Kingdom Continental Shelf and Commercial Code of Practice.  Our commercial terms are available to provide potential shippers with information enabling them to understand the SAGE System and provide transparency.

Please contact us if you require further information.


Outline of New Shipper Process





Technical assessment of throughout, composition and capacity. Tie-in assessment (modifications and cost) Operating cost impact

Technical studies

Operations assurance



Allocation, metering

Tie-in, modifications, commissioning, handover

SAGE Operator Technical Assessment and Approval

SAGE Operator Technical Assessment and Approval

SAGE Operator Technical Assessment and Approval

SAGE Owner(s) Indicative Offers

SAGE Owner(s)Offtake Agreements

First Production


Transportation & Processing Terms

The SAGE System operates under a divided rights regime. Each owner is responsible for marketing its own share of SAGE system capacity. Ancala Midstream, in its capacity as SAGE Operator, acts as a focal point for requests technical information regarding capacity in the SAGE system.

Ownership Summary 


SAGE Terminal and Pipeline:
SAGE North Sea Limited 30.3%
Chrysaor Limited 19.7%
Brae Group 50%


Brae Group:
Marathon Oil U.K. Limited 20%
TAQA Bratani Limited 20.85%
TAQA Bratani LNS Limited 2%
Centrica Resources Limited 4%
JX Nippon Exploration and Production (U.K.) Limited 3.15%


Beryl Pipeline:
SAGE North Sea Limited 60.6%
Chrysaor Limited 39.4%



Access Agreement Summaries


New Acquisition

New Acquisition

20th November 2017 Ancala Midstream is pleased to announce completion of its acquisition of SAGE North Sea Limited from Apache Beryl 1 Limited.

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