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Top projects by percentage

Walker Ridge 029


Big Foot (Phase 3)


Sverdrup 6% 15% 7%

Egina (OML 130

Ex OPL 246) 8%


Gindungo (WA-371-P) (Kaombo 1) (Block 32) 14% 8%



Hebron 9% 13% 9%


Rotan (WA-285-P) (SB-H) 11%

Source: in? eld Systems

In July 2014, the Hebron GBS was towed to the Bull Arm deepwater construction site. Photo from ExxonMobil Canada Properties.

ered in 1980 and will become the fourth producing ? eld in the province. It is estimated more than 700 MMbbl of recoverable

No. 3 – ExxonMobil’s Hebron resources will be produced from the ? eld.

Hebron will be produced through a gravity based structure

Coming in at No. 3 on the list is the ExxonMobil-operated He- (GBS), with 150,000b/d production capacity from 52 well slots, bron heavy oil project off Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. and about 1.2 MMbo storage capacity.

In? eld Systems says ExxonMobil and its partners will spend

The GBS has been towed to the Big Arm deepwater con- some $538 million on the project in 2016.

First oil is set for 2017. The ? eld, which sits in the Jeanne struction site to be completed before it is installed at the • d’Arc basin about 350km southeast of St. John’s, was discov- Hebron ? eld.

No. 5 – Murphy’s Rotan subsea production system for the ? eld. The award will include

Ranking at No. 5 is the Murphy Oil-operated Rotan gas ? eld four subsea wells, a hub manifold, in-line tees, a connection in block H of the Sabah basin, offshore Malaysia. In? eld system and production control system, and ? rst deliveries are

Systems’ data shows that Murphy will spend $382 million on expected in Q2 2016. the project, which is on track for achieving ? rst gas in 2018. Murphy Oil operates block H and Petro-

The ? eld, estimated to hold reserves of around 950 Bcf, will nas will operate the PFLNG-2. be produced through a Petronas ? oating lique? ed natural gas facility, the PFLNG-2.

In early November last year, Petronas announced that the keel for the PFLNG-2 facility had been laid in Geoje Island, South

Korea. The facility is being built by a con- sortium of JGC Group and Samsung Heavy

Industries. In June 2015, Petronas held a steel cutting ceremony for the facility at

SHI’s yard. The Malaysian oil major said the keel laying signi? es the formal recognition of the start of the group’s mega construc- tion phase of the PFLNG2 with a collec-

In addition, tive weight of 134,000-tonne.

Aker Solutions has been chosen to deliver a

First steel was cut for Petronas’ FLNG-2 facility in Geoje, South Korea in June.

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