- Operator: Camac
- Country: Nigeria
- Location: OML 120 & OML 121, 75 miles offshore
- Production start: 2009
- Type: Oil
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- The Oyo Oilfield is located approximately 75 miles offshore Nigeria in water depths ranging from 200 meters to 500 meters.
- The Armada Perdana FPSO has a treatment capacity of 40,000 barrels of liquids per day, with gas treatment and re-injection facilities, and is capable of storing up to 1 million barrels of crude oil.
- The associated gas will be re-injected into the Oyo field reservoir by a third well, to prevent flaring and to maximize oil recovery.
- The Oyo project achieved first oil production less than 2 years from its sanctioning.
- Keppel: Fabrication, installation and integration of a 12-point spread mooring system, riser balcony, topside facilities and upgrade of accommodation and auxiliary support systems
- Aker Solutions: Four subsea trees with wellheads and control systems, tie-in connection system, workover system and tools, dynamic and static steel tube umbilicals, and system engineering
- The engineering, fabrication and installation of close to 20 kilometers of flexible production, water injection and gas injection flowlines and risers
- The installation of close to 15 kilometers of umbilicals supplied by the client.
- Ceona: Installation and recovery of umbilical and flexible pipe
- 1995 - Oyo Oil Field discovered
- 2005 - Eni acquire a 40% stake
- 2008 - Aker Solutions awarded subsea contract
- 2009 - First oil produced
- Eni acquires new stakes in two Nigerian deepwater fields
- Technip awarded a contract for the development of subsea infrastructures in Nigeria
- Rapid subsea project for Aker Solutions in Nigeria
- Keppel Shipyard on track to another successful conversion for repeat customer
- CAMAC Signs Purchase and Sale Agreement on Oyo Oilfield
- Eni starts production of the Oyo oil field, in the Nigerian Deep offshore
- Ceona secures Normand Pacific work in the Oyo oilfield in Nigeria with CAMAC Energy Inc.