- Operator: Shell
- Country: Brunei
- Production start: 2004
- Type: Oil & Gas
- Estimated Reserves:
- Production Volume:
- The field employs an ultra-modern, entirely remotely- controlled platform, which is fitted with an imposing superstructure of a 40-metre- high jacket and 1400-tonne heavy topsides
- BSP: Platform fabrication
- 1993 - Bugan Oil And Gas Field discovered
- 2004 - Bugan produces first oil
- 2009 - Bugan Produces First Oil from new platform
- The Bugan field is a wedge-shaped, tilted horst block and fault/dip closure on the east flank of the Iron Duke structure.
- The M30 and N10 reservoir sands are thinner and more heterogeneous compared to the stratigraphically younger reservoirs of the Iron Duke Main field.
- Porosity and permeability are slightly higher. The average porosity in Bugan is up to 28 % and permeability up to 3,000 mDarcy (3 m2).
- The reservoirs consist of shallowing-upward sequences, with outer-shelf sediments at the base and lower coastal plain deposits at the top of each sequence.
- Bugan; geological and structural setting
- Bugan fast tracks to raise oil and gas output
- BSP’s Bugan Produces First Oil