Maharaja Lela Jamalulalam Gas And Condensate Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Total
  • Country: Brunei
  • Location: Block B offshore
  • Production start: 1999
  • Partners:
  • Type: Gas & Condensate
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:

Description

  • Offshore facilities
    • Two production wellhead platforms: MLJ-1 and MLJ-2.
    • 2.5 km / 12” MLJ-2/MLJ-1 sea pipeline.
    • 85 km / 18” MLJ-1/OPP sea pipeline.
  • Onshore facilities
    • Reception of well fluids in slugcatcher (800 m3).
    • Separation of gas and liquids.
    • Gas processed to remove mercury and CO2.
    • Delivery to BLNG (distance 700 m).
    • LNG is exported to LNG ship via two 16” line on a 4.5 km Jetty.
    • Liquid processed to separate and stabilise condensate and water.
    • Delivery to BSP Seria Crude Oil Terminal (SCOT, distance 17 km). Crude oil is exported to oil tanker via Single Buoy Mooring (SBM).

Contractors

  • Technip:
    • EPCC - Onshore Processing plant
    • Engineering, procurement, supply, construction and commissioning (EPSCC) of a new onshore pipeline, in order to transport Maharaja Lela & Jamalulalam South (MLJS) gas
  • Vallourec: Supply of premium pipes the majority of which in high alloyed, corrosion-resistant grades, threaded with latest premium connections
  • SapuraAcergy: Provision of subsea services

History

  • 1999 - Production started
  • 2010 - Southern extension discovered
  • 2014 - Technip awarded pipeline contract

Geology

  • The multiple reservoir levels are situated at the downthrown side of a major down-to-basin fault.

Links

  1. Maharaja Lela - Jamalul Alam
  2. Maharaja, Technip
  3. FLASH GAS COMPRESSOR OPP PLANT, World Bank
  4. Serimax Asia Pipeline References
  5. Elf Aquitaine announces production start-up Of Maharaja-Lela field in Brunei
  6. Total Brunei new gas and condensate discovery in offshore Block B
  7. Technip awarded contract in Brunei, reinforcing its presence in the country
  8. Vallourec awarded important offshore contract by Total for ML-South Project in Brunei
  9. Sapurakencana Petroleum Bags 5 New Contracts Worth Rm 1 Billion (US$312 Million)

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