Vietnam : Su Tu Nau Project update

abarrelfullabarrelfull wrote on 28 Sep 2013 06:55
Tags: asia perenco upstream vietnam

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On September 13th, the Su Tu Nau South (STN-S) jacket was successfully lifted, up-ended and set on the sea-bed, after a Cumulative Man-hour of close to 900,000 hrs with a TRC (Total Recordable Case) of 0.

By completing this installation, the Su Tu Nau Project is achieving a critical milestone, within the schedule and budget, allowing now the PVD-1 Rig to come before the beginning of the monsoon and stay all along during this de-favorable season, where no rig move is possible.

After the drilling campaign on STN-S (from mid October to Mid April next year), surface operation will be followed, when the weather will be again more favorable in 2014, by the offshore installation of pipelines and Topsides.

First Oil is targeted in one year time, next October, with an expected baseline production of 50,000 bopd.

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