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The FPSO will host multiple subsea tiebacks from three reservoirs (Tweneboa, Enyenra, Ntomme) in the Deep Water Tano block off of the coast of Ghana, West Africa.
The Aberdeen, Scotland headquartered group aims to further penetrate the US energy market by showcasing the 36KV Dry Mate connector, along with the group's extensive product offerings, at the Subsea Tieback Forum and Exhibition in San Antonio, Texas, US this month.
Brazilian expansion BOE announced plans for a new Brazilian manufacturing facility during the recent Subsea Tieback Forum in San Antonio, Texas.
The subsea tieback potential for these hubs is most likely to be seen in the latter half of this decade and into the following, with these latest hubs laying the foundation for the next generation of deepwater developments in the region.
The Stella and Harrier fields will be developed via subsea tieback to the FPF1.
11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Offshore oil and gas industry professionals from around the world will gather in Galveston March 6 - 8, 2012 for the annual Subsea Tieback Forum & Exhibition at the Moody Gardens Hotel & Convention Center.
Phase 1 of the project will develop 18 wells with subsea tiebacks to the existing Kizomba A and B floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels, optimizing the capabilities of on-block facilities to increase current production levels without requiring an additional FPSO vessel.
According to Wood Mackenzie, an additional 2 billion boe of reserves are expected to be produced by subsea tiebacks from fields under development, probable developments and those yet to be discovered by 2017.