First Gas Production From BP's Angelin Development
BP Trinidad and Tobago (BPTT) began first gas production from its Angelin development on 26 February. The project was delivered on time and under budget. Originally discovered by the El Diablo well in 1995, Angelin includes four wells and a new platform with a production capacity of 600 MMscf/D. It is located 60 km off the south-east coast of Trinidad in a water depth of approximately 65 m. Gas flows from the platform to the existing Serrette hub via a new 21-km pipeline.
Johan Sverdrup Living-Quarters Topside Sails Away
Phase 1 of the development today marked the sail-away from Kværner’s yard of the 560-bed living-quarters topside, the largest of its kind in Norway.
Subsea is Back in Black
From its record high in 2014, purchases of subsea equipment and SURF fell around 50% until reaching a low in 2018. But things are looking up, and new data suggest that the subsea market will be a top-performing oilfield service seg
Are Deepwater Projects Due for a Revival?
The oil price downturn spawned a lull in deepwater enthusiasm, but better project execution and reduced project lead times have helped operators achieve lower costs and better returns. What does the landscape for deep water look like in the near term? Will operators get more involved?
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