ADIL, PA Resources team up for joint Danish North Sea studies

Offshore staff

STOCKHOLM, Sweden – PA Resources (PAR) has contracted ADIL for project management services on the Broder Tuck gas condensate field in the Danish North Sea.

Development could involve a tie-in to existing offshore infrastructure. ADIL will lead pre-development project management from its office in London, with support from Aberdeen. 

An eight-strong team will work with PAR’s subsurface, commercial, and well engineering groups to determine the optimum production facilities configuration, along with well numbers and the drilling sequence.

ADIL will deliver technical and financial data for the field partners to progress to the project define stage. It will also document the front-end engineering design.

Previously, ADIL helped PAR with appraise-stage reviews for Broder Tuck and the nearby offshore Lille John oil discovery. It also supported PAR on evaluation of the commercial viability of its Bergman field in the UK North Sea. 

Elsewhere, ADIL is providing supply chain management services to PAR operations in Tunisia.


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