Large subsea template expands Captain field

The Captain field, UK North Sea Block 13/22A, includes one of the largest subsea templates installed in the North Sea, according to the joint venture that engineered and supplied the system. Click here to enlarge imageThe template manifold serves as a drilling template for 18 wells and as a pipe manifold for production, water injection, and future polymer injection.Texaco North Sea UK Co., 85%, operates the field, and Korea Captain Co. Ltd., 15%, holds the remaining working interest in the field, which is in about 150 m of water (Fig. 1).A joint venture between Cameron, a division of Cooper Cameron Corp., and Halliburton Subsea, a division of Halliburton Co., provided systems engineering...

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