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The test incorporated both control and monitoring interfaces for the entire Otter system and ensured that the system was fully integrated before offshore commissioning. Inter-EPIC Integration Tests. A series of wellhead electricalpenetration-system alignment and stackup tests were carried out while developing and testing subsea facilities. These tests ensured that components from the various suppliers were compatible and served to identify potential problems before offshore installation. Execution of Completion Operations.
Pipelines were laid in September 2001. Pipeline tie-ins, cable, and umbilical installation and hookup were completed during the winter of 2001/2002. Drilling operations commenced in June 2002 with the semisubmersible rig Transocean John Shaw. Production from the first well started in October 2002, with drilling and completion operations continuing on the subsequent wells while producing from the template. Drilling operations were completed in May 2003. Artificial-Lift Options Considered It was identified early that selecting the artificial-lift method for Otter would be critical to the economic success of the development.
Table 1 shows a comparison of the two projects. The Perdido Development will include production from three fields, the Great White, Silvertip, and Tobago, which are located in the Perdido Basin and Foldbelt, in the Alaminos Canyon Protraction Area. This area is located in the western Gulf of Mexico, 250 miles south of Houston, and only six miles north of the Mexico maritime border. All three fields are developed with subsea wells tied back to the host, which is a Spar as reported by (Ju et al, 2010) The Spar has full offshore processing capabilities and pipelines for oil and gas export.