Duri Oil Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Chevron
  • Country: Indonesia
  • Location: 1.61 - Rokan PSC, Sumatra
  • Production start: 1954
  • Partners:
  • Type: Oil
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume: 200,000 bpd (2008)

Description

  • The Duri field, is the largest producing field Chevron operates in Indonesia.
  • Primary production peaked at 65,000 bpd in the mid 1960s
  • Discovered in 1941 on the island of Sumatra, the field is one of the world's largest steamflood projects
  • Extensions are still being made to the field

Contractors

  • Tripatra: Duri Steamflood Project - EPC

History

  • 1941 - Duri Oil Field discovered
  • 1954 - Production started
  • 1975 - A pilot steamflood project was launched
  • 1985 - The field started using steamflooding technology
  • 1993 - PSC agreement extended

Geology

Links

  1. Chevron, Indonesia
  2. Schlumberger Oilfield Review -Autumn 2002 - Heavy-Oil Reservoirs
  3. Indonesia Exploration And Production Blocks
  4. Tripatra Oil And Gas Processing References
  5. Chevron Announces First Oil Production From Indonesia's North Duri Field

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