Waking the sleeping giant. Johan A Johansen, VP Operations, Statoil Aberdeen. Statoil in Aberdeen. 2007: Acquisition of Mariner and Bressay 2012: Mariner investment decision 2013: UKCS operations moved to Aberdeen 2016: Moving into new office in Kingswells
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Waking the sleeping giant Johan A Johansen, VP Operations, Statoil Aberdeen
Statoil in Aberdeen • 2007: Acquisition of Mariner and Bressay • 2012: Mariner investment decision • 2013: UKCS operations moved to Aberdeen • 2016: Moving into new office in Kingswells • Heavy recruitment for UKCS operations • May 2014: >100 employees • 2016: 700 on- and offshore, contractors included
Mariner: A major new UKCS development • Gross investment >USD 7 billion (~ £4.5 billion) • 2 billion boe in place, > 250 million boe reserves • Plateau production of around 55,000 boe/d • Production for 30 years • Platform on steel jacket, floating storage unit.
More than 130 well targets • Additional jack-up rig for the first 4-5 years • Multi lateral wells • POB 160 +120 +25 = 295
Project ontrack • 2013: Start of jacket construction • 2014: Start of topsides construction • 2015: Jacket installation • 2016: Hook-up and commissioning • 2017: First oil