Tailwind has announced that the Evelyn development well in the UK North Sea has been safely drilled, completed and tested on time and on budget.
The well was managed and operated by Petrofac on behalf of Tailwind, utilising the Stena Don rig. The well successfully flowed, constrained by surface equipment, at 10 000 bpd in line with expectations.
The well was left suspended in preparation for the future installation of subsea facilities and pipeline planned for 2022. The Evelyn field is expected to be on production, via the Triton FPSO, in 4Q22. Tailwind is the 100% owner of the Evelyn field and 46.42% owner of the Triton FPSO.
Image of the Stena Don rig courtesy of Tailwind Energy.
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