Mumbai High Oil Field

Summary Information

  • Operator: ONGC
  • Country: India
  • Location: BM16, 17 18
  • Production start:
  • Partners:
  • Type: Oil / Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:

Description

  • Mumbai High Oil Field is India largest field
  • It consists of two parts, Mumbai High North & Mumbai High South
  • The field is served by a very large number of platforms including:
    • RS15, RS16, RS17 wellhead platforms
    • ICG, ICP and ICW process platforms
    • NQ Complex: NQO, NQD, NQG and NQP platforms
    • SH
    • Water Injection Well Platforms - Wi-2, 3, 4, 5
    • MHN process platform & living quarters
  • Oil and Gas are transported by pipeline to the Uran Oil And Gas Processing Plant, via the Mumbai-Uran Pipeline System
  • Mumbai High South Re-Development Project Phase I (MHSRP-2)
    • The MHSRP-2 project included the addition of 9 wellhead platforms
  • Mumbai High South Re-Development Project Phase II (MHSRP-2)
    • The MHSRP-2 project included mainly the construction and installation of new platforms, the laying of pipelines and subsea cable and the modification of some existing platforms
    • 3 New Wellhead Platforms (RS15, RS16, RS17) were installed

Contractors

  • HHI:
    • EPIC - Booster Compressor Platform - A & B,
    • EPIC - Phase-3 Of “Sh” Complex
    • EPIC - Water Injection Well Platforms
    • Phase-2 Of “Nq” Complex, Jacket, Bridge, Pipeline
  • Larsen & Toubro:
    • MHN NQRC & MHS Phase II platforms
    • 3 tripod wellhead platforms
    • Restoration project following fire
    • NQ Re-construction (NQRC) Project
  • Kvaerner: detailed engineering of the submarine pipelines and ancillary systems for the Mumbai-Uran Trunk project
  • Heerema : Mumbai High South ICP-R Tripod & Mumbai High North N20 Jacket
  • Seaway Heavy Lifting:
    • MHN platform and living quarters platform topsides installation
    • NQG Process Gas Compressor Modules
  • MHSRP-1 project:
    • Larsen & Toubro: Engineering, procurement, fabrication and installation of 9 wellhead platforms
    • Aker Kvaerner: wellhead platform design
  • MHSRP-2 project:
    • Larsen & Toubro: Three smart well platforms, sub-sea interconnecting pipelines, sub-sea cables and topside modifications
    • Process Group: MHS // ICP-R Process Platform Project - TEG Dehydration Package

History

  • 1974 - Mumbai High Oil Field discovered
  • 1976 - Production at the field starts
  • 1985 - The NQ platform enters service
  • 1997 - HHI awarded booster compressor platform contract
  • 2004 - Kvaerner E&C wins contract for detailed engineering of the submarine pipelines and ancillary systems for the Mumbai-Uran Trunk project
  • 2004 - MHSRP-1 project launched
  • 2005 - The BHN Platform was destroyed in a fire
  • 2006 - The Redevelopment of South Pipelines and Platforms Modification (RSPPM) project is completed
  • 2008 - MHSRP-2 project launched
  • 2009 - MHSRP-2 project completed
  • 2009 - MHN process platform & living quarters project started
  • 2011 - SBX awarded seismic project

Geology

  • The field consists of a Miocene limestone reservoir

Links

  1. FoundOcean Subsea References
  2. Seaway Heavy Lifting Oil And Gas References
  3. Serimax Asia Pipeline References
  4. Larsen And Toubro Platform References
  5. Process Group Oil And Gas Processing References
  6. Hyundai Heavy Industries Platform References
  7. International Protective Coatings Platform References
  8. Mumbai - Uran Terminal Pipeline Project
  9. L&T Wins Rs 1006-crore ONGC Order for Oil & Gas Platforms
  10. Contract for design of wellhead platforms offshore India
  11. L&T Consortium To Restore Bombay High Output
  12. L&T bags 877 crore ONGC order
  13. L&T Bags Rs. 1000 Crore ONGC Order
  14. L&T wins Rs. 12,500-million order from ONGC for Mumbai High
  15. L&T wins Rs. 53,000 million orders for Mumbai High offshore projects
  16. SBX - Awarded $40 million OBN survey by ONGC of India for Mumbai High Field

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