MOSCOW – Lukoil has awarded contracts for the second-stage development of the Vladimir Filanovsky field in the Russian sector of the Caspian Sea.
OAO Globalstroy-Engineering will be responsible for engineering documentation, purchase of equipment and materials, construction and commissioning, and start-up ofice-resistant stationary platform No. 2 (IRP-2).
The IRP-2 drilling complex will be used to drill 15 directional wells with horizontal borehole completions, comprising nine production wells and six injectors.
The Astrakhan OAO Krasnye Barrikady shipyard will be responsible for development of engineering documentation, purchase of equipment and materials, construction and commissioning, and start-up of living quarter module platform No. 2 (LQP-2) and a connecting bridge to IRP-2.
LQP-2 will accommodate 55 people and will include a helicopter pad. The IRP-2 will be connected to the first-stage riser block via a 6-km (3.7-mi) multi-phase subsea pipeline. Both complexes are due to be commissioned in fall 2016.