Location: Perseus over Goodwyn, North West Shelf, Australia
Landmark Comment: First installed Australian EVDT system with the latest 620 controls allowing backward compatibility to their current system, and Australia and FMC's first installation of a Tubing Head with UCON-H Connection System.
The Greater Western Flank Phase I (GWF-I) development is part of the Australian North West Shelf Proejct, which collectively is Australia's largest resource project. This project is a phases project development, with a first phase target to recover fas/condensate from a total of 5 subsea production wells. These wells are located in the Tidepole field (three wells) and the Goodwyn H (A/B) units of the Goodwyn field (two wells). The subsea infrastructure will allow for the phased introduction of additional fields and reservoirs in the GWF area. The future tie-in's will be locatged at the Tidepole and GH manifolds and through a tie-in skid located between GH and Tidepole, as well as another tie-in point on the Subsea Isolation Valve SSIV structure.
GWF-I is produced via subsea tie-back to the existing GWA platform, and has proved to be a positive extension to the existing Woodside Frame Agreement. Woodside benefits from the experience FMC has accumulated in providing this standard tree system to other parts of the globe. This, combined with the UCON-H connection system provides WEL a completion system with substantially reduced installation times as compared to their current developments.