ONESUBSEA has been awarded a front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract by Woodside for the Greater Enfield area development offshore northwest Australia.
Conducted by OneSubsea’s Perth team, the FEED study will include the design of the full subsea production system architecture solution, including subsea multiphase boosting for the field.
The field will be tied-back to the existing Ngujima-Yin floating production storage and offloading vessel (FPSO).
OneSubsea’s capability to integrate reservoir analysis and production assurance expertise with subsea hardware engineering, according to the company, delivers a solution that optimises system performance and maximises recovery and financial returns.
OneSubsea chief executive Mike Garding said cost effective solutions were fundamental particularly in the current economic climate.
“OneSubsea is uniquely positioned to deliver on this challenge through our integrated pore to process approach.”
“Through this FEED award, we will be able to optimise the subsea system performance and deliver CAPEX savings for Woodside through standardised hardware and the integration of our subsea production and boosting controls technology,” he said.
Woodside is targeting final investment decision (FID) in 2016.
OneSubsea, a joint venture between Cameron and Schlumberger, offers a step change in reservoir recovery for the subsea oil and gas industry through integration and optimisation of the entire production system over the life of the field.