Worley’s subsidiary Intecsea has won a project management consultancy contract India’s by Reliance Industries Limited for the MJ Field deep-water gas and condensate project.
MJ is a gas condensate field and is the third field under development as part of the KG D6 integrated development campaign.
The project is in 700-1100 meters water depth, with a well depth of 4200 meters below mean sea-level in a high-temperature and pressure environment.
It comprises of wells connected to a subsea production, with tie-back to a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel to process and separate liquids, and gas which will be exported to the onshore terminal through one of the existing 24-inch trunk pipelines. The project is expected to begin production in mid-2022.
Under the contract with Reliance, Intecsea will provide project management consultancy services for the development of Reliance’s subsea gas and condensate resource.
The contract covers the engineering, procurement and construction phases and involves subsea facilities and offshore processing using floating production storage and offloading facility and existing gas trunk line.
“We are pleased to continue our relationship with Reliance and support them in their deep-water development,” said Andrew Wood, Chief Executive Officer of Worley.
India’s Reliance Industries Limited and UK’s BP sanctioned the development of the MJ deepwater project in June 2019.
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