Tanjong Baram tieback leads to changes at West Lutong A

Offshore staff

LONDON – EnQuest says the Tanjong Baram field development offshore Malaysia came onstream on schedule in June.

Production, through an unmanned platform, is tied back to the Petronas Carigali-operated West Lutong A complex.

Petronas requested changes to the receiving vessel to accommodate higher volumes of liquids in the associated gas, which required the field to be temporarily shut down. Once the modifications have been completed, production should re-start swiftly.

EnQuest adds that the PM8/Seligi asset offshore Malaysia (the company became operator last October) has delivered improved production efficiency following a recent series of actions.

Currently the focus is on well interventions and improvements to the field infrastructure, including work on gas compressors, pipelines, and generators.

EnQuest plans further enhancements by increasing facilities uptime, idle well rectifications and interventions, and upgrades to facilities. It is also working on a new subsurface program.



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