- Operator: Shell
- Country: Brazil
- Location: Blcok BM-C-10, 120 kilometres off the coast of Brazil
- Production start: 2009
- Partners: Shell is the operator with a 73% share with India’s ONGC Campos Ltda. 27%
- Type: Oil & Gas
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- Production fields lying at depths of between 950 to 2,500 metres below the seabed, south-east of the city of Vitória, in the Campos Basin
- This development is the first development of subsea oil and gas separation and pumping in Brazil
- Parque das Conchas is a three-phase project with initial production drawn from three fields: Abalone, Ostra and Argonauta B-West. The first phase, now on-stream, involves nine producing wells and one gas injector well. The second phase will focus on the Argonauta O-North field.
- The field is operated using the Espirito Santo BC-10 FPSO. The FPSO, based on the conversion of a VLCC hull, has the capacity to process 100,000 barrels of oil and inject up to 75,000 barrels of water per day back into the reservoir. The unit, equipped with turbines able to generate 60 MW of electrical power for operating the facilities, is installed in a water depth of 1,780 meters.
- Phase 3 of the project, will include the installation of subsea-infrastructure at the Massa and Argonauta O-South fields. These fields will then be tied-back to the Espirito Santo BC-10 FPSO
- SBM Offshore: Lease and operation of the FPSO Espírito Santo
- Oceaneering: hybrid subsea pump and steel tube production control umbilicals totaling approximately 50 kilometers (31 miles) in length
- Oceaneering: hybrid subsea pump and steel tube production control umbilicals totaling approximately 30 kilometers (19 miles) in length and associated hydraulic flying leads for phase II
- InterMoor: Fabrication and installation of four conductors in addition to one spare conductor for the artificial lift manifold
- Phase 3
- FMC Technologies: Supply includes seven subsea trees, two manifolds and associated subsea control systemsas well as tie-in connection systems and subsea distribution hardware and associated tooling and services
- Subsea 7: Installation of jumpers, umbilicals and associated subsea structures
- Oversight of template and conductor installation.
- Dockside testing and installation of Subsea Tubing Heads and Subsea Trees using the Heave Compensated Landing System.
- Installation of subsea separator with integral pumps.
- Development and implementation of exclusion zones to mitigate the risk of dropped objects.
- 2000 - Block awarded in 2nd round
- 2001 - Abalone & Argonauta fields discovered
- 2002 - Ostra field discovered
- 2005 - Declaration of commerciality
- 2006 - ONGC acquires 15% from Shell
- 2006 - SBM Offshore awarded contract for FSPO
- 2008 - Parque das Conchas FPSO arrives in Brazil
- 2009 - Phase 1 oil production starts
- 2009 - Production passed the 1 million barrels mark
- 2013 - Phase three of the project launched
- 2013 - Petrobras sold its stake to Shell and ONGC
- Brazil Oil And Gas Licence Blocks
- First million barrels of oil from ultra-deep water off Brazil
- Parque das Conchas FPSO arrives in Brazil
- Shell, Petrobras and ONGC announce changes in BC-10 holdings and the entry of OVL
- New Orders For SBM Offshore Including A Lease Contract With Shell For The Bc-10 FPSO, Brazil
- Shell begins production at Parque das Conchas (BC-10) offshore Brazil
- Oceaneering Announces BC-10 Umbilical Contract
- Oceaneering Announces BC-10 Phase II Umbilical Contract
- InterMoor Completes Conductor Fabrication and Installation for Shell BC 10 Phase 2
- Shell to boost deepwater production in Brazil
- FMC Technologies Awarded Contract for Subsea Systems for Shell's Parque das Conchas Phase 3 in Brazil
- Petrobras concludes sale transaction of its stake in BC-10
- Subsea 7 S.A. awarded contract offshore Brazil