VIDEO: Culzean installation highlights

December 6, 2017

Danish oil firm Maersk Oil has published a video with timelapse footage and interviews with key people, showing the main 2017 milestones in the UK North Sea Culzean development.

The Culzean field - discovered in 2008 - is in the UK central North Sea, about 250km east of Aberdeen in block 22/25a. Water depth is about 88m and the reservoir is about 4300m below sea level.

The overall Culzean development consists of a wellhead platform, a central processing facility platform and a separate utilities and living quarter platform. The platforms will be interconnected by two bridges, each approximately 100m in length. First gas is expected in 2019. The Culzean project has the potential to meet around 5% of the British gas consumption in 2020/21.

Watch some of the awesome footage from the 2017 installation campaign below. 

 



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