This year, BP is set to deliver six upstream major projects in Europe and Eurasia, North Africa and North America, following on from seven successful start-ups in 2017. Together with the projects already brought on line in 2016 and 2017, these new projects will make a huge contribution to the 900,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (mboed) of new production, net to BP by 2021.
Shah Deniz Stage 2 is the biggest of all of BP’s major projects set to be delivered in 2018, comprising of a series of mega projects across the Southern Gas Corridor.
110 mboed peak annual average production, net to BP
20 mboed peak annual average production, net to BP
Over 100 development wells already drilled and ready to be brought online.
40 mboed peak annual average production, net to BP
The Atoll field contains an estimated 1.5 trillion cubic feet of gas and 31 million barrels of condensates.
30 mboed peak annual average production, net to BP
Clair Ridge is the second phase development of the giant Clair-field - the largest field in the UK Continental Shelf, approximately 40 miles west of Shetland.
10 mboed peak annual average production, net to BP
Through innovation, BP and Anadarko worked to construct a 32 mile subsea tieback to Anadarko’s Constitution platform, one of the longest tie-backs in the Gulf of Mexico.
Giza / Fayoum is the second phase of the West Nile Delta five-field development (following startup of Taurus / Libra in 2017) to develop 5 trillion cubic feet of gas resources and 55 million barrels of condensates from two BP-operated offshore concession blocks, North Alexandria and West Mediterranean Deepwater. The Giza / Fayoum project includes 8 wells and will be developed as a deepwater long distance tie back to shore, where an existing onshore plant will be refurbished and modified.