Stingray to conduct Clair, Schiehallion LoFS studies

BP has contracted Stingray Geophysical to conduct two feasibility studies to identify an integrated approach to LoFS or Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) on the Clair and Schiehallion fields in the UK North Sea.

Offshore staff

GUILDFORD, UK -- BP has contracted Stingray Geophysical to conduct two feasibility studies to identify an integrated approach to LoFS or Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) on the Clair and Schiehallion fields in the UK North Sea.

The first study will focus on installing LoFS solutions on the Clair field. The second study will evaluate the impediments and risks associated with LoFS solutions for the Schiehallion field on the Atlantic margin. The field is producing through subsea completions and an FPSO, resulting in an obstructed and changing seabed environment, Stingray says.

11/10/2009

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