Elang-Kakatua

MapLocation

Joint Petroleum Development Area, Timor Gap, offshore Northern Australia, in 100 metres of water. 

Participants

ConocoPhillips  57.36% (operator)
Santos  21.43%
Inpex  21.21%

Discovered

The Elang-Kakatua fields were discovered in 1994 by Elang 1 exploration well

First Production

Production commenced in July 1998.

2004 Year End Production (mmboe)

Condensate

-    

Crude oil

0.2

LPG

-    

Sales gas and ethane

Cost to Develop

Approximately A$175 million.

Facility Details

The Elang-Kakatua oil fields are serviced by the leased Modec Venture 1 Floating Production, Storage and Offloading vessel with an installed capacity of 35,000 barrels of oil per day.

There are four gas-lifted sub-sea production wells with more than 28 kilometres of infield flexible flowlines.

Crude produced and stored in the FPSO is exported by shuttle tankers. 

Last updated: Thursday 2 June 2005