- Operator: Stone Energy
- Country: USA
- Location: VK 989, Gulf of Mexico
- Production start: 1994
- Partners: Stone Energy - 100%
- Type: Oil & Gas
- Estimated Reserves:
- Production Volume:
- The Pompano Field is eight miles long, located within water depths ranging from 1,100 feet to 2,200 feet.
- The field utilises a fixed platform in shallow water at the northern end of the field. The Pompano platform is a four leg, twelve pile fixed structure situated in 1,300 feet of water.
- A subsea tieback system, along with extended reach wells, was utilized to access the resources in the southern portion of the field.
- Pompano currently has 23 producing wells.
- Pompano production capacity is 60,000 barrels of oil per day, 135 million cubic feet of gas per day.
- The Pompano Oil Pipeline connects to the Delta Crude Oil Pipeline
- Pompano acts as a production hub for a number of satellite fields, including the Mica Field (Mississippi Canyon Blocks 167 & 211) and Pompano I (Mississippi Canyon Block 29)
- McDermott: Engineering, procurement, construction, installation of 38,000-ST jacket, 5,200-ST deck, 4,700-ST process module, pipelines, umbilicals and manifolds
- Heerema Marine Contractors: Installation
- Detailed engineering, procurement, fabrication, assembly and testing of a 5-inch production static riser
- Installation of the pipe as a tieback to the Pompano platform
- 1985 - Pompano Oil And Gas Field discovered
- 1990 - Mica field discovered
- 1994 - First oil was produced from the Pompano field
- 2001 - Mica field entered production
- 2011 - Stone Energy agrees to acquire BP's 75% stake
- 2012 - A further 25% is acquired from Anadarko
- 2015 - Technip awarded Amethyst contract
- Gulf Of Mexico Permanent Deepwater Structures
- Gulf Of Mexico Deepwater Natural Gas And Oil Qualified Fields
- McDermott Platform References
- Foundocean North And South America Subsea References
- BP Agrees to Sell Pompano and Mica Assets to Stone Energy Offshore
- Stone Energy Corporation Announces Definitive Agreement with Anadarko for Acquisition of Pompano Field Working Interest
- Technip awarded two subsea contracts in the Gulf of Mexico by Stone Energy Corporation