Enfield Oil Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Woodside
  • Country: Australia
  • Location: 40km offshore the North West Cape
  • Production start: 2006
  • Partners: Woodside Energy Ltd. (60% and operator) and Mitsui E&P Australia Limited (40%)
  • Type: Oil / Gas
  • Estimated Reserves: 150 million barrels
  • Production Volume:

Description

  • The field is in water depths of some 650 metres
  • Reserves are extracted using subsea wells with flowlines tied back to the Nganhurra FPSO, a facility that can process up to 100,000 barrels of oil per day and with storage capacity of up to one million barrels
  • Gaslifted wells are used to produce the Enfield fluids.
  • Water injection wells are required for the disposal of produced water supplemented by injection of seawater to provide reservoir support for Enfield. Excess gas is reinjected into the reservoir.

Contractors

  • AMEC and Fluor:
    • Front end engineering and design (FEED) and related services for the development of the FPSO facility
    • Detailed engineering services for the floating oil production (FPSO) facility
  • Samsung Heavy Industries: Construction of the FPSO’s double hull
  • Technip:
    • the recovery of an existing spool
    • the engineering, procurement, fabrication and installation of a new spool intended to enhance the field production, with its installation cradle and an associated umbilical
    • J P Kenny: Conceptual design and feasibility assessment of the subsea facilities including subsea trees, risers (flexible and rigid), umbilicals and cost estimates

History

  • 1999 - Enfield Oil Field discovered
  • 2003 - AMEC and Fluor Awarded front end engineering and design (FEED) and related services for the development of an FPSO facility
  • 2004 - AMEC and Fluor Awarded Detailed engineering services for the floating oil production (FPSO) facility
  • 2006 - First oil produced
  • 2007 - Technip awarded spool contract

Geology

Links

  1. Nganhurra FPSO Environment Plan Summary
  2. J P Kenny Subsea References
  3. AMEC and Fluor Awarded Australian Offshore Oil and Gas Contract for Woodside
  4. AMEC and Fluor Win £93million Offshore Oil and Gas Contract Off Western Australia
  5. Enfield project produces first oil
  6. Technip awarded contract for the enfield development in Australia

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