Client Name : Premier Oil Natuna Sea B.V.
Project Period : 14 August 2017 - 18 March 2020
Project Location : Natuna Sea, 80m – 90m Water depth
Project Scope :
Bison & Iguana Fields
- 8" x 6.1 km pipeline from Iguana to Bison, WD 80-90 m
- 8" x 8.3 km pipeline from Bison to Pelikan WHP, WD 80-90 m
- 15.1 km Electro Hydraulic Umbilical System from Iguana to Bison to Pelikan WHP
- Subsea Manifolds at Bison and Iguana
Gajah Puteri Field
- 10" x 42.3 km pipeline from Gajah Puteri to Anoa Gas Export Platform, WD 80-90 m
- 20.3 km Electro Hydraulic Umbilical System from Gajah Puteri to Naga WHP
- Subsea Manifold at Gajah Puteri
- SSIV Structure at Anoa Gas Export (AGX) Platform Location
- Flexible Riser (345 m long) between SSIV Structure and AGX Riser
Brownfield Modifications at:
- Anoa Gas Export (AGX) Platform, including new SSIV Control System and Tie-in of Riser to Manifold, and new communication link to GBCPP
- Gajah Baru CPP (GBCPP), including new subsea control system, master control unit in control room, and new communication link to AGX Platform
- Naga WHP, including subsea control system components
- Pelikan WHP, including subsea control system components and valve installations
Anoa FPSO Replacement Riser
- Replacement of the existing production riser on the Anoa FPSO, including procurement of the new riser
Project Overview : Premier Oil Natuna Sea B.V (COMPANY) together with its partners intends to develop the Bison, Iguana and Gajah Puteri fields located in Natuna Sea Block A as subsea developments tied back to the existing facilities.
PT. Timas Suplindo has been awarded by Premier Oil Natuna Sea B.V to perform onshore and offshore works including Detailed Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Commissioning of the Bison, Iguana and Gajah Puteri fields Development Project.
The Iguana subsea well will be connected to the existing Pelikan Wellhead Platform via the Bison subsea well location. The produced hydrocarbon fluids from these subsea wells will be commingled with Pelikan production and transported to Gajah Baru for onward export via the West Natuna Transportation System (WNTS).