Gathers crude oil from the Marco Polo hub platform into the Allegheny pipeline.
The 32-mile, 16-inch natural gas pipeline has the capacity to transport up to 200 million cubic feet per day by connecting the fields to Enterprise’s existing Anaconda Gathering System which gathers gas production from the Marco Polo area.
The crude oil export pipeline is a 70-mile, 16-inch line with a capacity of approximately 100,000 barrels per day that connects the fields with the Cameron Highway Oil Pipeline and Poseidon Oil Pipeline systems at Cameron Highway’s Ship Shoal 332B junction platform. Enterprise owns a 50 percent and 36 percent ownership interest in the Cameron Highway and Poseidon oil pipelines, respectively.
The Shenzi oil export pipeline will originate at the Shenzi Field, located in 4,300 feet of water at Green Canyon Block 653, approximately 120 miles off the coast of Louisiana. The 83-mile, 20-inch diameter pipeline will have the capacity to transport up to 230,000 barrels per day of crude oil and will connect the field to the Cameron Highway Oil Pipeline and Poseidon Oil Pipeline systems at Enterprise’s Ship Shoal 332B junction platform. Enterprise owns a 50 percent interest in Cameron Highway and a 36 percent interest in Poseidon and operates both pipelines.
The pipeline starts at Longford in Victoria and enters Bass Strait near Seaspray. The pipeline will be laid on the seabed of Bass Strait, entering Tasmania in the Bell Bay region and laid underground in trenches up to two metres deep. Near Bell Bay it will cross under the Tamar River, and continue to Rosevale, near Launceston. Here the pipeline splits into two: the northern pipeline extension to Port Latta on Tasmania’s North-west coast, and the southern pipeline extension to Hobart.
The Blue Stream pipeline is made up of three main lines. The pipe route include a 222 mile section in Russia from Izobilnoye to Dzhugba on the Black Sea Coast, a 235 mile section on the bottom of the Black Sea connecting Dzhugba to Samsun on the Turkish coast and a further 300 mile link from Samsun to Ankara.
Offshore crude oil pipeline system that gathers production from the outer continental shelf in the Gulf of Mexico and transports it onshore to Houma, Louisiana.
The Gas 2025 study identified Interconnector 2 (IC2) as the most practical solution to transport additional gas supplies to Ireland. IC2 now provides additional capacity to meet the substantial increase in gas demand forecasted for the coming decades. Construction of IC2, a 195km sub-sea Interconnector pipeline linking Ireland with Southwest Scotland commenced in April 2002 and was successfully completed on time and to budget in November 2002.
Crude oil pipeline system designed to gather Deepwater Trend production, primarily from the South Green Canyon area of the Gulf of Mexico, for delivery to refineries and terminals in Port Arthur and Texas City, Texas.
The world’s longest export pipeline. The gas will be transported by the world’s longest subsea export pipeline approximately 1200 kilometres from Nyhamna at the west coast of Norway via Sleipner in the North Sea to Easington in UK.
Offshore crude oil system that connects the Allegheny platform in the Green Canyon area of the Gulf of Mexico with Poseidon at the Ship Shoal 332 platform.
A 34-inch oil pipeline which runs for 335 kilometres from Ekofisk to the Teesside export port in Britain. On line in 1975.
Offshore crude oil system that connects the Typhoon platform in the Green Canyon area of the Gulf of Mexico to the Shell Boxer platform, which provides access to Poseidon through a third party pipeline.
Condensate from the Sleipner fields is piped for 245 kilometres through a 20-inch line to Kårstø north of Stavanger for processing. Began operating in 1993.
This 16-inch line carries oil for 86 kilometres from Troll B to Mongstad near Bergen, reaching a depth of more than 500 metres in the Hjelte Fjord. Began operating in 1995.
This 20-inch line carries oil for 82 kilometres from Troll C to Mongstad. Began operating with a daily capacity of 315,000 barrels in November 1999.
Oil from Ula and Gyda is piped through two 20-inch lines to Ekofisk, and on through Norpipe Oil. The Ula line began operating in 1986, with the Gyda section following in 1990.
The Europipe I gas pipeline runs from the Draupner E riser platform in the North Sea to a receiving terminal at Dornum on the German coast. With an internal diameter of 40 inches, it is 716 kilometres long.
The Europipe II pipeline is 658 kilometres long and has an internal diameter of 42 inches. It transports gas from the Kårstø processing complex north of Stavanger to the receiving facilities at Dornum in northern Germany.
From the Troll Gas processing plant at Kollsnes near Bergen to the Sleipner area, a pipeline with an internal diameter of 40 inches, running for 814 kilometres from the Sleipner area of the North Sea to a receiving terminal at Zeebrugge in Belgium.