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Kimmeridge Oil Field. View of the 'nodding donkey' oil pumps of the BP Kimmeridge Oil Field on top of the cliffs of Kimmeridge Bay, Dorset, UK. This well produces about 80 barrels of oil a day from the underlying oil shale cliffs (foreground). It was first drilled in 1959 and claims to be 'probably the oldest continually producing wellsite in the UK'.
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