Aseng Oil Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Noble Energy
  • Country: Equatorial Guinea
  • Location: Block "I" offshore Equatorial Guinea
  • Production start: 2011
  • Partners:
  • Type: Gas & Condensate
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:


  • Development of the field includes five subsea wells flowing to a floating production, storage, and offloading vessel (FPSO) where the production stream is separated.
  • The Aseng FPSO
  • The oil is stored on the vessel until sold, while the natural gas and water are reinjected back into the reservoir to maintain pressure and maximize oil recoveries.


  • SBM Offshore: Provision of the FPSO
  • Dyna-Mac: Eight units of topside modules
  • Technip:
    • Engineering, supply, installation and pre-commissioning of the 30 kilometers flexible pipe system, including six flexible risers, and flexible flowlines and jumpers
    • Installation of the subsea production system, including manifolds, flying leads and umbilicals
  • InterMoor: Design, engineering, procurement and installation services for preset moorings
  • KWsubsea: Manifolds Lifting Analyses


  • 2007 - Aseng Oil Field discovered
  • 2009 - The project was sanctioned by the Company, its partners, and the Ministry of Mines, Industry, and Energy of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea
  • 2011 - Oil production commenced



  1. KWsubsea Structural Design Subsea References
  2. Noble Energy Announces Sanction of Aseng Oil Project In Equatorial Guinea
  3. Aseng FPSO Contract Award and Joint Venture Agreement with GEPetrol
  4. Technip awarded a subsea contract in West Africa
  5. InterMoor Awarded Mooring Project for Noble Energy Offshore Equatorial Guinea

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