Aquaterra Energy installs CSP platform for offshore Trinidad and Tobago

Aquaterra Trinidad 2Trinidad Sea Swift Platform – in place. (Image source: Aquaterra Energy)Aquaterra Energy, Aberdeen-based offshore engineering solutions provider for the global oil and gas industry, has delivered its Sea Swift conductor supported platform (CSP) to DeNovo Energy in offshore Trinidad and Tobago, a platform that is already installed in three shallow water locations in West Africa as well

In the African region, Aquaterra’s Sea Swift platform is installed in the Gulf of Suez offshore Egypt, and another one in the Far East, offshore Peninsular Malaysia.

Commenting on the use of Sea Swift platform for the oil and gas exploration and development, Stewart Maxwell, technical director of Aquaterra Energy, said, “The Sea Swift platform is an ideal solution for shallow water field developments.”

In Africa’s oil and gas sector, Aquaterra’s Sea Swift platform helps customers in achieving cost savings as well as facilitating more efficient production capacities, which, in turn, gains upsurge in drilling activities in the continent by increasing Africa’s oil and gas production.

In Egypt, the Sea Swift is installed in 23 metres of water depth, featuring a 385MT topsides with a helideck and emergency accommodation and provision for six wells.

As to, in Trinidad and Tobago, the Sea Swift was installed from a jack-up rig in 27 metres water depth, accommodating up to four wells and includes local power generation, manifolds and a control system.

Aquaterra said that this is the first platform of its kind in terms of topside weight at more than 400 tonnes fully laden which is installed in the country.

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