is a redevelopment of the block 15/23a Galley field – currently producing via a floating production facility
is located some 220 km east of Aberdeen in the central North Sea lies in 92 metres water depth. The Curlew Field is developed via subsea facilities feeding into an FPSO (floating production, storage and offloading system).
is located in blocks 204/19 and 204/24a, which are operated by BP Exploration. Shell UK Exploration and Production is the co-venturer. These blocks lie some 190km west of the Shetland Islands, in a water depth of between 400 and 600m.
the Girassol is located 150 km off the west coast of Angola in aproximately 1,400 m of water. The field was one of the first large deepwater projects in Africa.
Conoco brought its marginal Boulton field on-stream using the innovative SeaHarvester development concept.
The high-pressure/high-temperature Jade field is located in block 30/2c of the UK North Sea, 17.7km north of the Judy project. The field was discovered in 1996 and confirmed by an appraisal well in early 1997.
The Draupner S and E platforms in the Norwegian North Sea form a key hub in Norway’s network of submarine gas trunklines.
BP and its co-venturers to develop a series of deepwater oil discoveries in offshore Angola’s Block 31.
Tune lies 10 kilometres southwest of the Oseberg Field Center and is developed with subsea production installations tied into the Field Center.
consists of the development of the Odoptu field (oil and gas, discovered in 1977) and the Chayvo field (mainly gas, discovered in 1979). The large Arkutun Dagi field was found in 1989. Sakhalin II will drain the Piltun Astokhskoye field.
field lies in the Viosca Knoll area in the Gulf of Mexico, approximately 125 miles south-east of New Orleans and around 80 miles south of Mobile, Alabama in water depths ranging from 2000 to 4000ft.
is located in PL203, and extends into neighbouring PL088 and PL036. The field is located on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, west of Haugesund and close to the UK border in 125 meters waterdepth
Llano field is located approximately 200 miles southwest of New Orleans in the Gulf of Mexico. ExxonMobil with 22.5 percent equity, interest owners include Shell (operator at 27.5 percent) and Amerada Hess (50 percent).
lies in block 34/10 in the northern part of the Norwegian North Sea. Block 34/10 was awarded in 1978 to three Norwegian companies, Statoil (operator); Norsk Hydro; and the former Saga Petroleum.
field lies 64 miles from Aberdeen in the Outer Moray Firth, in the northern North Sea immediately adjacent to the main Blake Channel structure, brought on stream in June 2001.
fields lies in 1,200m to 1,500m of water. In 1999, BP drilled the Platina and Plutonio wells using the deepwater drillship Pride Angola, and followed these in 2000 with four more: Galio, Paladio, Cromio and Cobalto.
lies in blocks 15/5 and 15/6 in the Sleipner area of the Norwegian North Sea, about 40 kilometres north-west of Statoil’s Sleipner East development. The water depth in the area is approximately 110 metres.
Rhum development is a subsea tieback to the BP-operated Bruce field
consist of 2 wells (1 production and 1 water injection), located offshore Tunisia
field comprises an oil trap in a simple domal structure, formed by salt at depth. A single exploration well, 21/2Oa-2, has been drilled into the structure, down-dip of the crest.
was discovered in 1995 with the Bayu 1 exploration well and the Undan field was discovered later that year with the Undan 1 exploration well.