ConocoPhillips group starts Jasmine field

ConocoPhillips and partners have started production from Jasmine gas and condensate field in the central North Sea offshore the UK (OGJ Online, Nov. 5, 2010).

The high-pressure, high-temperature field can produce 140,000 boe/d, the operator said. Water depth is about 85 m.

Development involves a 24-slot wellhead platform bridge-linked to an accommodation and utilities platform; a 16-in. multiphase pipeline bundle; and riser and processing platform bridge-linked to the existing Judy platform about 6 miles east of the field.

ConocoPhillips (36.5% interest), Eni (33%), and BG Group (30.5%) discovered Jasmine in 2006.

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