PERTH, Australia — Woodside Energy has issued construction updates for its current offshore field development projects.
Pipeline for the Scarborough gas-condensate development off Western Australia is nearing the halfway point, with fabrication of the subsea flowlines starting in August.
The drilling and completions campaign for the Xena-02 well in the same region has finished, while work on the Pyxis Hub project is close to completion.
Last month subsea installation work started for Phase 1 of the deepwater Sangomar Field development off Senegal, and six of the 23 development wells have now been completed.
Construction and conversion activities continue for the FPSO ahead of its planned relocation later this year to Singapore to complete topsides integration and commissioning. The project remains on track for first oil in the second half of next year.
Woodside remains in discussion with the regulator in Mexico on the deepwater Trion oil project in the run-up to submitting a field development plan in 2023.
It has issued the bid package for the floating production unit to prospective contractors with other key work scopes due to go out to tender later in the quarter.
Finally, drilling is underway on the second development well of the Shenzi North project in the US Gulf of Mexico, with first oil expected in 2024.