Broder Tuck is an undeveloped gas condensate field located in the Danish sector of the North Sea which may tie into existing infrastructure. ADIL will lead the pre-development project management on behalf of PA Resources from its recently opened London office, with support from its offices in Aberdeen.
A team of eight ADIL personnel will work with PA Resources’ subsurface, commercial and well engineering teams to determine the best facilities configuration to deliver production from Broder Tuck. The optimum number and phasing of wells will also be determined.
ADIL will manage delivery of the technical and financial information necessary to enable a fully informed decision on moving forward to define stage. All the documentation necessary to undertake the front end engineering design (FEED) will also be provided.
ADIL has previously supported PA Resources to undertake appraise stage reviews for both Broder Tuck and Lille John (an oil discovery close to Broder Tuck) and to evaluate the commercial viability of its Bergman field in the UK Sector of the North Sea. ADIL is also providing supply chain management services to PA Resources operations in Tunisia.
Rob Pickles, ADIL’s general manager for London, said: “We are delighted to secure this contract and further our working relationship with PA Resources. We have extensive experience of working for our clients at the pre-development stage to determine the best possible solution for their assets and we are looking forward to delivering this to PA Resources.
“This contract is recognition of the excellent service we deliver to our clients. PA Resources has experienced this first hand with our appraise stage work on their Broder Tuck and Lille John fields and are keen to utilise our expertise as Broder Tuck continues into the select phase. This is confirmation that our offering is attractive to customers and that they are increasingly interested in the services we can provide.”
ADIL has a proven track record of delivering a full field development service to the oil and gas industry from well appraisal and conceptual engineering through to project execution, and operations. The company, which has seen continued growth in the seven years since it was founded, has built a strong reputation for full-cycle project management among operators of both brown and greenfield developments.
It has expertise across all areas of production and effectively manages a number of major ventures being delivered in the UK North Sea, including Premier Oil’s high-profile Solan project.