Medway Oil And Gas Fields Development

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Dana Petroleum
  • Country: Netherlands
  • Location: Block P11b, 60kms north west of The Hague
  • Production start: 2012
  • Partners: Dana 50%, EBN 50%
  • Type: Oil & Gas
  • Estimated Reserves: 11.8 million barrels of oil equivalent
  • Production Volume:


  • The Medway fields (Van Nes and Van Ghent) have been developed via two subsea wells tied-back via dedicated flow lines to the existing De Ruyter platform.
  • The platform was modified to receive the new oil and gas production by installation of subsea controls, facilities and modifications to the gas export compression system.


  • Acergy: Tieback of two subsea wells and the associated dedicated flowlines and umbilicals
  • JDR Cable Systems: A 150m riser umbilical to the De Ruyter platform, one 8 KM umbilical linking the De Ruyter platform to Van Nes field and a 5 KM umbilical linking the platform to the Van Ghent field
  • Subsea 7: Subsea installation
  • KWsubsea: OOS analysis for 8" x 4.4km and 8" x 8km pipelines


  • 2010 - Dana Petroleum acquires major stake from Petrocanada
  • 2010 - Project given green light
  • 2012 - First oil from the Van Ghent field
  • 2012 - First gas from Van Nes Field



  1. Platforms Netherlands Continental Shelf
  2. KWsubsea Upheaval Buckling And Out Of Straightness Analysis
  3. Serimax Pipeline References
  4. Acquisition Of Petro Canada Netherlands B.V.
  5. Medway Project Sanction, Offshore Netherlands
  6. Acergy S.A. awarded contract in the North Sea
  7. JDR Awarded Two North Sea Umbilical Contracts
  8. Dana confirms first production from innovative Dutch well
  9. Dana confirms first production from Van Nes well and completion of Medway project

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