Woodside wraps up seismic surveys, developments offshore Australia

Offshore staff

PERTH, AustraliaWoodside Energy says it completed two 3D marine seismic surveys offshore New Zealand during the first half of this year, along with one 2D survey in Peru and another offshore Tanzania.

The company has since decided to exit the Lake Tanganyika South production-sharing contract.

Offshore Western Australia, infill drilling was completed for the Vincent Phase IV development and oil production started in early June.

Xena Phase 1 installation activities were completed ahead of schedule and production also began in June, via a subsea tieback to the onshore Pluto LNG facilities.

Woodside plans a further tie-in to this infrastructure of its nearby Pyxis gas/condensate discovery.



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