Multiphase Pump Makes Exmouth Basin Project Technically and Economically Viable | OneSubsea
Tech Report
Location
Exmouth Basin, Australia, Oceania, Offshore
Details

Production profile 
Brownfield

Design depth, m [ft]

  • Subsea production system: 1,000 [3,281]
  • Multiphase pump: 850 [2,789]
Background

The operator of an Australian brownfield had been trying to develop the Exmouth basin as a stand-alone project. However, based on the highly complex field architecture, the project was becoming economically unviable, despite oil prices being significantly higher. The optimal solution involved integrated and standardized subsea equipment and was refined over time to remove subsea transformers and to include capital-efficient equipment.

Products Used

Multiphase Pump Makes Exmouth Basin Project Technically and Economically Viable

Integrated, capital-efficient subsea equipment provides greater benefits than gas lift

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With the OneSubsea approach of simplified subsea architecture and streamlined project scope, the operator implemented a tieback solution that brought the project back to financial and technical viability.

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