Caesar/Tonga deepwater GoM development sees first production

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – First production is flowing from the deepwater Gulf of Mexico Caesar/Tonga development.

Operator Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (NYSE:APC) expects production to reach about 45,000 boe/d from the first three subsea wells. A fourth well is expected to be completed later this year in the Phase 1 development.

The Green Canyon development uses the Constitution spar floating production facility and represents the first application in the GoM of steel lazy wave riser technology.

Anadarko operates the Caesar/Tonga development with a 33.75% working interest. Co-owners in the development include Statoil Gulf of Mexico LLC (23.55%), Shell Offshore Inc. (22.45%), and Chevron U.S.A. Inc. (20.25%).


Anadarko Caesar/Tango

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