TEN hardware coming together offshore Ghana

Offshore staff

LONDON – Tullow Oil says its triple-field deepwater TEN development offshore Ghana is more than 75% complete and remains on schedule and on budget for first oil in mid-2016.

The FPSO is mechanically complete and commissioning work is under way. The vessel is due to sail from Singapore in early January and arrive in Ghana during 1Q 2016.

Subsea fabrication work has been completed and subsea installation of this equipment is roughly 60% complete. Work on the start-up wells is also progressing with the fourth of 10 well completions currently being installed.

At the ongoing Jubilee field development, well capacity is undergoing enhancement with completion of the final Phase 1A wells. One production well came onstream in September, another is due onstream in December, and a water injector should come online early next year.

The Jubilee partners also continue to work with the government of Ghana on submitting a Greater Jubilee full field development plan by year-end: this will take in the Mahogany and Teak discoveries.


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