Where is the Kraken FPSO?
East Shetland basin
The Kraken field, to be developed using the Armada Kraken FPSO, is a large heavy oil accumulation located in the East Shetland basin, to the west of the North Viking Graben some 125 kilometers east of the Shetland Islands.
Where is the Kraken oil field?
Kraken is a large heavy oil accumulation in the UK North Sea, located in the East Shetland basin; approximately 125 km east of the Shetland Islands. The field is estimated to contain approximately 140million barrels of gross oil reserves.
Who operates Kraken field?
Kraken is a producing heavy oil field located in shallow water in the UK and is operated by EnQuest Heather. The field is located in block 9/2b ALL, with water depth of 408 feet.
Who owns the Magnus oil rig?
EnQuest (100% equity) owns and operates Magnus. The Magnus Platform is a fully integrated drilling and production facility.
Where is the Bruce platform?
The Bruce complex is located in blocks 9/9a, 9/8a and 9/9b. It lies 340km to the northeast of Aberdeen, Scotland in the UK Sector of the Northern North Sea. The Bruce complex consists of three bridge-linked platforms: A Production Utilities Quarters Platform with quarters for crew (max.
Where is the Magnus platform?
Magnus – the UK’s most northerly oilfield – was discovered in 1974 by the semi-submersible drilling rig Sedco 703. It lies 160km north-east of the Shetlands in block 211/12a. Oil was found 2,709m below the seabed in a water depth of 186m.
Who owns Bruce platform?
Serica is owner and operator of the Bruce (98%), Keith (100%) and Rhum (50%) assets consisting of over 25 wells, three bridge-linked platforms and extensive subsea pipelines and infrastructure that tie-in Rhum, Keith and the Western Area of Bruce to the Bruce facilities.
Who operates the Bruce platform?
BP currently operates the assets, which comprise the Bruce, Keith and Rhum fields, three bridge-linked platforms and associated subsea infrastructure.
Who operates Magnus platform?
What is the biggest FPSO?
the Egina FPSO
Weighing in at 220,000 tonnes with a storage capacity of 2.3 million barrels, the Egina FPSO is the largest in the world, by capacity. Operated by TotalEnergies, the $3 billion vessel is 330 metres long, 61 metres wide and 34 metres tall, and is currently moored at the Egina oil field, 200km off the coast of Nigeria.
How much is FPSO cost?
The FPSO acquisition and adaptation cost will be around $505 million.
What is Kraken FPSO?
Kraken is one of the biggest subsea heavy-oil field projects in the UK sector of the North Sea. The Kraken oil field is located in blocks 9/2b and 9/2c within the P1575 licence in the East Shetland basin. Credit: enQuest. The FPSO vessel was developed by converting a Suezmax ice-class tanker.
What is EnQuest doing with Kraken oil?
“EnQuest is delighted to confirm that first oil has been achieved on the Kraken development, delivered on schedule and under budget. Drill centres 1 and 2 are fully complete and work continues on drill centre 3; as a result, further production capacity will come online into 2018 as these further wells are put onstream.
Who is the operator of Kraken?
EnQuest Heather is the operator and owns a 60% interest in the asset. The remaining stake is co-owned by Cairn Energy (25%) and First Oil (15%). EnQuest received a £4bn investment approval for the development of the Kraken field from the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) in November 2013, and the field came on stream in June 2017.
How was the FPSO vessel developed?
Credit: enQuest. The FPSO vessel was developed by converting a Suezmax ice-class tanker. Credit: enQuest. The Kraken field has reserves of 137 million barrels of heavy oil. Credit: enQuest. Kraken is one of the biggest subsea heavy-oil field projects in the UK sector of the North Sea.