Offshore Peru platform readied for drilling start

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – BPZ Energy says platform monitoring and control system modifications are under way offshore Peru to prepare the new CX-15 platform for the start of development drilling.

Temporary equipment is tracking platform response to weather and ocean conditions, and draft during the engineering/installation work. As a precaution, an anchoring system under construction in Peru will be fitted to provide redundancy to the spud can that anchors the platform.

A joint technical team is close to finishing its review of the new Corvina field 3D seismic data to update geological interpretation.

4/8/2013

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