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Talisman (Paladin) Enoch


UKCS Block 16/13a

Landmark: U.K.'s first new trans-boundary developments since the agreement between the British and Norwegian governments

Enoch lies partly in the U.K. Continental Shelf (UKCS) and partly in the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) and is located southwest of the Norwegian Glitne field. A Field Development Plan was submitted in May 2005 and government sanction was received in July 2005. A Unitisation and Unit Operating Agreement was finalized in July 2005. Enoch will be developed as a subsea tieback to the Marathon-operated Brae Alpha platform, located in the UKCS, some 9 miles (15km) to the north. At Brae the wellstream will be processed for further transport in existing export infrastructure. First oil was expected in the fourth quarter of 2006.

  • One enhanced horizontal 5"x2" 10,000 psi subsea tree
  • One concentric all metal-to-metal sealing tubing hanger
  • One 18-3/4" UWD-15 subsea wellhead
  • Alloy steel block with Inconel 625-clad metal sealing wireline plug
  • Gas lift and production chokes
  • Tubing Hanger Independent Secondary Lock (THISL)
  • Workover control system
  • ROV interface/override
  • Tool rental
  • Diverless workover
  • Integral, rig-deployed, structure approved by the Scottish Fishing Federation as a fishing-friendly protection structure