Nearly 16 months after finalizing the commissioning of the fast track production of the project, Drakken is substantially demobilized with a small maintenance team that will be on site until nearly the end of the year.
“We are very proud of our team. We put nearly 4,000 mandays on site with no LTI’s and the result was a successful acceptance of Train 1 with a satisfied customer.”, commented Ryan Arsenault, Drakken Director.
About the project
The facility is a fast track Early Production Facility (EPF), being developed through a multi-phase approach. The EPF will consist of two production trains, a “sweet” 30,000 BPD train (known as Train 1) and a “sour” 10,000 BPD train (known as Train 2). Train 1 of the EPF will have the ability to process circa 30,000 BPD oil to meet an export oil specification of: 1% BS&W, <10psia RVP, <20ppm(w) H2S and <21PTB salt content. The facility has integrated oil and produced water storage, acid gas handling, and on site truck offload capability. Up to twelve (12) wells are expected to be tied in overtime to the EPF. Each of these wells will be artificial lifted by electro submersible pumps (ESPs).
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