Noble Energy's North Sea Dumbarton Field Produces First Oil

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January 24, 2007

Noble Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NBL) today announced today that production has commenced from its Dumbarton development in blocks 15/20a and 15/20b in the UK sector of the North Sea. Dumbarton is a re-development of the Donan Field and is located in 140 meters of water, 225 kilometers north east of Aberdeen, Scotland. Noble Energy has a 30 percent working interest in the Dumbarton development. Maersk Oil is the operator with a 70 percent working interest.

Charles Davidson, Noble Energy's Chairman, President and CEO, said, "The startup of production at Dumbarton is an important benchmark for Noble Energy in 2007. Dumbarton represents an important component of our production growth for this year, and we are pleased that this project has been brought on line successfully as expected."

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