Construction work has now started on the field’s second processing platform.
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The partnership aims to acquire large, high-margin oil and gas production and development assets across the Lower 48 states of the US.
Construction of the company’s second well in the D41 offshore field in the Baltic Sea was completed earlier this month.
“Our strategic collaboration with Google Cloud enables Schlumberger and our customers to take advantage of the latest digital technologies to unlock the value in all data for making critical business decisions,” said Hinda Gharbi, Executive Vice President, Schlumberger Reservoir & Infrastructure.
The contract entails engineering, procurement, construction and installation of subsea risers and flowlines for the first phase of the Sepia field, offshore Rio de Janerio.
The study, targeting deepwater offshore and subsea well applications, is sponsored and funded by the Nippon Foundation - DeepStar Joint Ocean Innovation programme and supported by Chevron, Shell, Petrobras and Equinor.
The new discovery, in Block 15/06, is estimated to contain up to 250 million bbls of light oil in place.
In its first deployment, the Surface Intervention System (SIS) was mobilised off the coast of Tunisia to set two frac sleeves on two wells.
Equinor, the operator of the field located in the Norwegian Sea, estimates recoverable volume to be 67 million bbls of oil and 1.4 billion m3 of gas.
Aqualis ASA has entered into an agreement to acquire the Offshore, Adjusting and Marine business lines from Braemar Shipping Services Plc.