MAERSK/STLO/PETORO – Flyndre Oil Field Development – UK - Project Profile
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A consortium formed by Maersk Oil North Sea UK Ltd (MAERSK), Statoil (STLO) and Petoro is undertaking an offshore oil field in the North Sea, the UK.
The project involves the construction of offshore infrastructure to extract crude from an oil field with a maximum capacity of up to 10,000 barrels per day (b/d)by 2023. Flyndre will have a single production well.
The project includes the construction of offshore facilities to install a platform and drilling wells, the installation of drilling/production lines and the laying infield and export pipelines.
In August 2012, Proserv was awarded a contract to provide electro-hydraulic multiplex subsea control systems, associated topside, and subsea interface systems for the project.
In November 2013, Aker Solutions was appointed as engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPIC) contractor.
In April 2014, HSM Offshore was contracted to provide assistance for the commissioning phase of the M12 and M14 modules for the proposed plan.
In May 2014, Maersk received approval from the Norwegian and UK authorities to develop the Flyndre oilfield.
In March 2016, Harkand Group was appointed to deliver subsea support services including a commissioning support campaign.
Construction works are underway and are expected to be complete in 2017.
The Flyndre Oil Field project involves the construction of offshore infrastructure to extract crude with a maximum capacity of up to 10,000b/d in the North Sea, the UK.
The US$579 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of production platform
2. Construction of utilities and accommodation platform
3. Installation of pipeline end manifold
4. Installation of infield and export pipelines
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