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Well Hookups & Flowlines Construction Project
The project involves the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract for the well hookups and flowlines. This project is at Daleel Field in Oman. The Daleel oil field, located in the northwest of the Sultanate of Oman, was discovered in 1984, and came on stream in 1990. The main target reservoir is the Shuaiba carbonate formation, which is characterized by relatively homogeneous properties and a combination of structural and stratigraphic traps. The reservoir units, which cover a surface of 60 km2, are in isolated faulted blocks with low relief anticline elongated in the NE-SW and lithological pinch out in the NW-SE. The porosity ranges from 15% to 35%, with a corresponding permeability range of 4 mD to 20 mD. Although fractures have been detected on FMI/FMS logs acquired from some vertical wells, they seem to have no detectable influence in productivity improvements. The reservoir contains light under-saturated oil (380 API) of 0.85cp initial viscosity and resides in column thicknesses ranging typically from 3 to 20 m. It is expected to be completed in 2023.