PERTH, Australia – Woodside Energy has issued progress reports on its development projects in West Africa and Australia.
Offshore Senegal, the first development well for the Sangomar field development Phase 1 has been drilled and completed, including installation of the xmas tree. It was also the first horizontal production well drilled in Senegal, the company said.
Phase 1 was recently 38% complete and on track for first oil in 2023.
Woodside is engaging with various parties on selling down its interest in the Rufisque Offshore, Sangomar Offshore and Sangomar Deep Offshore joint venture to 40-50%.
Offshore Western Australia, the four-well campaign is on schedule for the Greater Western Flank Phase 3 development. This is a subsea tieback, designed to commercialize further North West Shelf reserves: the project was recently 63% complete.
At the Pyxis Hub, a flowline and umbilical system have been installed to connect the new wells on the Pyxis, Pluto North and Xena fields and manifolds to the existing Pluto infrastructure. The project was recently 77% complete and preparing for cold commissioning and start-up for the initial wells.
Finally, subsea facilities are in place for Julimar-Brunello Phase 2, with the project nearing completion.