At Magnus in the East Shetland basin, the company has completed a production enhancement/coiled tubing campaign, with three wells restored to service.
However, a compressor gear box failure followed a maintenance shutdown, although dual-compressor operations should resume in November.
At the Kraken field in the same region, an oil heater failure on the FPSO resulted in a temporary facility shutdown.
In the UK central North Sea, an umbilical has been replaced at the Greater Kittiwake Area, with power restored to the Mallard and Gadwall wells.
EnQuest has started assessing new energy opportunities at the Sullom Voe Terminal on Shetland to extend the facility’s life, with initial talks held with potential technical and financial partners.
As for decommissioning operations, the subsea campaign at the Thistle field finished in September and platform reactivation/hydrocarbon removal were completed in October.
The drilling rig reactivation program is under way ahead of planned P&A operations next year.
At Heather, well P&A continues and the UK government has approved the topsides decommissioning. EnQuest has now started engagement with potential topsides removal contractors.
Offshore Malaysia a new pipeline has been laid on the seabed, but final completions of the riser sections have been delayed by late arrival and availability issues of the third-party dive support vessel.
Full production should resume during 2Q 2022.