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The Gjøa project

  1. 1. Gjøa field development project Kjetel Digre, Vice president Statoil ASA
  2. 2. Gjøa – Based on history… 1903 1989 2004 2007
  3. 3. … building for the future Production start-up Q4 2010 Next generation integrated operations Powered from shore Area solution Developed through joint efforts
  4. 4. Gjøa 8% RWE Dea 12% Shell Development operator 20% Statoil 30% Petoro Production operator 30% GDF SUEZ E&P Norway Licence partners
  5. 5. Return on investment Considerable value creation Largest ongoing field development on the NCS The fields’ reserves robust and predictable ROI Expected production: 15+ years 88% of the profit goes to the Norwegian state Gjøa and Vega
  6. 6. Environmental friendly solutions <ul><li>Power from shore – reduces CO 2 emissions by 210.000 tonnes yearly </li></ul><ul><li>Materials selected that minimises use of chemicals </li></ul><ul><li>Facilitating reuse of drilling fluids </li></ul><ul><li>Recovery system for excess heat </li></ul><ul><li>Low-NOx burners to be installed – high pressure flaring will cease </li></ul>
  7. 7. The big puzzle … Karlskrona Oslo London Copenhagen Stord Subsea Powercable ABB Fabrication of Flexible Risers NKT Pipeline Engineering and Services Rambøll Subsea Ball Valves 30” Subsea Ball Valves 14”-18” Semi EPCH Aker Solutions Living Quarters EPC Leirvik Module Technology Stavanger Marine Drilling Transocean Offshore Template & Manifold Installation Acergy Installation of Flexible Risers Acergy Drilling Services Weatherford, Welldyn, Halliburton Aberdeen Installation of Export Pipelines Saipem UK Ltd EPC Umbilicial Systems Aker Subsea Installation of Infield Pipelines Technip Semi Anchors & Tow Out Aker Marine Contractors Spools, Structures, Tie-Ins and RFO Technip Subsea Production Systems FMC Kongsberg Weight Coating Bredero Insulation Coating Thermotite
  8. 8. … piece of cake?
  9. 9. 19 million man hours executed so far More than 20 vessels operating simultaneously
  10. 10. 13800 Sm 3 /d Oil 17,3 mill Sm 3 /d Gas: Production Capacity: 100 cabins LQ capacity 14 300t Hull dry weight 110 x 85m Topside size 22 000 t Topside dry weight <ul><li>4 gas / 8 oil producers </li></ul><ul><li>4 templates and one satellite </li></ul><ul><li>Tie-in of Vega and Vega South </li></ul><ul><li>Power from Shore - Mongstad </li></ul><ul><li>Rich gas export through FLAGS to St. Fergus </li></ul><ul><li>Stabilized oil export through TOR2 to Mongstad </li></ul><ul><li>Total investment NOK 40 billion </li></ul><ul><li>Creating new opportunities in the region </li></ul><ul><li>Total man-years 35.000 </li></ul><ul><li>1 million manhours per month </li></ul>Largest ongoing project on NCS <ul><li>Flexible topside facilities and spare capacities </li></ul><ul><li>Semi as field centre and hub for future satellite tie-ins </li></ul><ul><li>Integrated operations to the next level </li></ul><ul><li>Vega/Vega south gasfield satellite tie-ins </li></ul><ul><li>Area prospectivity and exploration </li></ul>Gjøa processing platform
  11. 11. Thank you

Editor's Notes

  • The oil and gas field discovered in 1989 Named after Amundsen’s 1903 polar exploration vessel Statoil named operator for the development phase in 2004 Fully integrated organisation – based on Statoil best practice and competence Based on proven solutions - PDO approved in 2007
  • Commercial production in October 2010 - GDF SUEZ E&amp;P Norway takes over the operatorship Gjøa and Vega, next generation Integrated Operations First floating platform powered from shore – reduces CO 2 emissions by 210.000 tonnes yearly One of few new fields that are developed with a platform – option to process oil and gas from marginal fields nearby
  • KEY MESSAGES: How StatoilHydro deliver a project as a World Class Project executor. Lays foundation for the introduction of a new operator, GDF Suez E&amp;P Norway, thus increased diversity on NCS. Largest ongoing offshore field development in NCS. One of the largest industry projects in Norway. One of few fields that are developed with a platform. This makes it possible to process oil and gas from marginal fields nearby. Expected recovery of oil is low, thus it has been a courageous choice to build a platform that can produce oil in addition to gas. Gjøa value chain demonstrates StatoilHydros contribution to local value creation amongst our suppliers and local suppliers. Approx 70% Norwegian content. New technical solutions contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas equivalent that of 100.000 cars yearly emissions, compared to traditional solutions.
  • Gjøa-feltet: En halvt nedsenkbar produksjonsplattform – fem brønnrammer. Vega-feltet: Tre brønnrammer knyttet til Gjøa-plattfomen. Gjøa and Vega represents considerable value creation Largest ongoing offshore field development on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) The fields reserves represents a robust and predictable return on investment The Norwegian State left with 88% of the profit, through taxes and direct and indirect ownership Gjøa and Vega are expected to produce oil and gas for at least 15 years
  • Sikre svært lav sannsynlighet for oljeutslipp – men være forberedte på at det kan skje Derfor: Ha nødvendig beredskap tilgjengelig – til enhver tid Skipskollisjonsfaren: Plattformen flyttet lenger vest for å unngå skipsleia
  • Gassen sendes (i den britiske rørledningen Flags) til St. Fergus i Skottland Oljen sendes sendes i rør til Troll II-ledningen og videre til det StatoilHydro-opererte Mongstad-raffineriet i Hordaland
  • Gassen sendes (i den britiske rørledningen Flags) til St. Fergus i Skottland Oljen sendes sendes i rør til Troll II-ledningen og videre til det Statoil-opererte Mongstad-raffineriet i Hordaland
  • 19 million man hours executed so far More than 20 vessels operating simultaneousely