23 June 2016
Highlights from first 100 days as Duty Holder on Anasuria
Petrofac is celebrating 100 days since being appointed Duty Holder to support Anasuria Operating Company Limited (AOC) - a UK joint venture formed between Hibiscus Petroleum Berhad (Hibiscus) and Ping Petroleum Limited (Ping) – on the Anasuria cluster.
The assets acquired by Ping and Hibiscus are located 175km east of Aberdeen and consist of a 100% interest in the Anasuria FPSO, Teal, Teal South, Guillemot A fields and a 38.65% interest in the Cook field.
We are working with AOC to extend the life of the Anasuria cluster and are using our enterprise to maximum effect. The collaboration not only marks the evolution of our service model, but it also marks the beginning of a new era for the North Sea.
Highlights from our first 100 days as Duty Holder include:
- Gas export rate increased by 50%
- Peak production significantly increased
- No accidents or incidents
- Members of our management team have visited the assets three times and there have been16 trips to Anasuria by a variety of disciplines from within the onshore support team
Sandy Merson, Petrofac Operations Manager commented: “It’s been 100 days since we began our post-transition journey. I’d like to thank the Petrofac and AOC teams for their combined focus and drive, which is laying the foundations for a successful Anasuria story that we can all be proud to be a part of.”