St Fergus

St Fergus (Scottish Gaelic: Peit Fhearghais) is a village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, formerly in the county of Banffshire. St Fergus lies a mile from the North Sea coast and three miles northwest of Peterhead

St Fergus is the landfall site for the FLAGS, Frigg, Vesterled, Miller, SAGE and Fulmar gas pipelines and a number of gas plants are located there. These include the St Fergus Gas Plant operated by Royal Dutch Shell and a British Gas plant. In 1982 opened St Fergus Gas Plant, which receives and processes around 15% of the United Kingdom gas demand from some 20 fields, is owned and operated by Total.

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