Adnoc Offshore (formerly known as Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company - Adma-Opco) is a major oil and gas exploration and production company whose operations date back to the 1950's. With its operations centered in the offshore areas of Abu Dhabi, Adnoc Offshore's concession includes two major fields: Umm Shaif, which lies some 150 kilometers north-west of the city of Abu Dhabi and Lower Zakum, one of the largest offshore oil fields in the world, which lies 55 kilometers south east of Umm Shaif. The crude is collected from these fields and transferred to Das Island, a nearby industrial base, for processing, storing and world export. Total production is 1.4 million barrels of oil and three billion cubic feet of gas per day. Adnoc Offshore incorporates Zakum Development Company (Zadco), which has a slightly different shareholding structure. Zadco operates the Upper Zakum, Umm Al Dalkh and Satah fields.
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