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ConocoPhillips and BP Migas Bawal Tembang and South Belut

BawalTembangSoBelut

BTSB Fields at the West Natuna Sea Basin

Landmark Comment:  First EVDT Tree with Fishing Friendly structure (FFS)

Bawal Tembang and South Belut (BTSB) Development Project is located in West Natuna Sea Basin, approximately 130km northeast of Singapore.  The equipment will support three Indonesian offshore fields, which are located in approximately 300 feet ( 90 meters) of water offshore Indonesia.

The BTSB well development will be executed on a "Call Out" basis which will be required for the Company's ongoing subsea drilling programs and development projects.  The proposed contract term will be for three (3) years (Q3 2010 -Q3 2013). First "Call Off" for 3 XT systems with delivery 10 months after "Call Off" date and 9 XT systems with progressive deliveries until Q4 2011.

BTSB Project will utilize FMC Technologies' 5" x 2" 10K EVDT-FB tree system.  The EVDT features an integral Friendly Fishing Structure to protect the subsea tree against falling objects and trawling equipment.

The Production Control System will be an electro-hydraulic multiplex control system based on
FMC Technologies' Standard "super-imposed signal on power" design system.  The system covers all Topside Controls, Subsea Distribution and Tree mounted controls equipment.

The control system topside equipment will be located on the existing Host facility MOgPU (Hang Tauh platform).  The Subsea Control Unit (SCU) and Subsea Power and Communication Unit will be located on the Host in a controlled environment.

  • Contract Award: 28 September 2010
  • Sales:  Singapore
  • Fabrication: Tree - Nusajaya, SCM - Kongsberg, SDU and UTA - Nusajaya, Wellhead - Nusajaya (MSIA)
  • Service Base:  Labuan, Malaysia
  • Host Type:  Platform
  • Contract Type: EPC