Offshore Field Development Projects
Perdido Perdido
Operator:Shell
Water Depth:2,377 m / 7,844 ft
Region:N. America - US GOM
Country:US
Last Updated:Nov 17, 2011    (view update history)
Project Description
Located at Alaminos Canyon Block 857 approximately 220 miles (354 kilometers) from Galveston, Texas in the Gulf of Mexico, is Perdido, an oil and gas spar production facility. Shell, 35% shareholder and operator, along with BP, 27.5%, and Chevron, 37.5%, are developing the regional host facility.

Since the project began, multiple world records were made in the offshore industry. Perdido is the deepest oil development, the deepest drilling and production platform, and will produce from the deepest subsea well in the world.

The hub produces from three fields: Great White, Silvertip and Tobago. The fields are situated on the Perdido fold belt, offshore in the deep northwestern section of the Alaminos Canyon outer continental shelf area. The fold belt region is in ...
Located at Alaminos Canyon Block 857 approximately 220 miles (354 kilometers) from Galveston, Texas in the Gulf of Mexico, is Perdido, an oil and gas spar production facility. Shell, 35% shareholder and operator, along with BP, 27.5%, and Chevron, 37.5%, are developing the regional host facility.

Since the project began, multiple world records were made in the offshore industry. Perdido is the deepest oil development, the deepest drilling and production platform, and will produce from the deepest subsea well in the world.

The hub produces from three fields: Great White, Silvertip and Tobago. The fields are situated on the Perdido fold belt, offshore in the deep northwestern section of the Alaminos Canyon outer continental shelf area. The fold belt region is in water depths ranging from 7,546 to 9,843 feet (2,300 to 3,000 meters), which are considered some of the deepest waters in the gulf.

In order to develop the wells in ultra deep depths, and reduce costs, the companies decided to use a common processing hub, Perdido. The spar incorporates drilling and capabilities to gather, process and export production within a 30-mile (48-kilometer) radius.

Fields

Development drilling of the fields commenced in July 2007 and was performed by the Noble Clyde Boudreaux semisubmersible-drilling rig. Shell set a world record in December 2008 for the deepest completed offshore production well, at about 2,852 meters (9,356 feet) below the water’s surface. Even though the first of the three fields, Great White, was discovered in 2002, the companies agreed to move forward with development in 2007.

Great White

Great White is located on Alaminos Canyon Block 857 in a water depth of 8,000 feet (2,438 meters), and is owned and operated by Shell, 33.34%, while Chevron and BP each hold a 33.3% interest.

Discovered in May 2002 by the Deepwater Nautilus semisub, the discovery well was drilled to a true vertical depth of 19,907 feet (6,068 meters). Then in 2004, an appraisal well was drilled to a true vertical depth of 15,035 feet (4,586 meters). Shell drilled a total of five wells at Great White, spudding the fifth well in March 2004.

Silvertip

Silvertip is located in Alaminos Canyon Block 815 and is 60% owned by Chevron, while operator Shell owns the remaining 40% interest. The field was discovered in August 2004 in 9,200 feet of water (2,804 meters) and drilling reached a total depth of 14,778 feet (4,504 meters).

Tobago

Considered the world's deepest subsea completion to date, Tobago is located in Alaminos Canyon Block 859 in 9,600 feet (2,926 meters) of water, which surpassed the previous record set by Silvertip. Shell, the operator, owns 32.5%, along with its co-owner Chevron, 57.5%, and Nexen, 10%. In 2004, the well was drilled to a total depth of 18,510 feet (5,642 meters), and then a sidetrack well was drilled to 18,425 feet (5,616 meters).

The field came online Nov. 17, 2011.

Subsea Development

Because the field's water depths are greater than previously encountered anywhere in the world, and the need to drill multiple wells from several fields to reduce cost and environmental impact, the companies decided to use a 555-foot (169-meter) spar instead of a typical tension leg platform. The cylinder spar is a partially submerged offshore drilling and production platform that is particularly adapted to ultra-deepwater and fierce hurricane weather.

Once the facility was chosen and construction began, subsea development commenced.

Oceaneering International received a contract by Shell for the fabrication and installation of subsea hardware for the Perdido project. The hardware included 29 flowlines and well jumper spools, and a pipeline tie-in sled.

FMC Technologies performed the subsea completion and processing systems, which included 17-subsea trees, two subsea manifolds, five-subsea caisson separation and boosting systems, a topside and subsea controls, and related subsea equipment. Also included in the scope of work is the design of the steel catenary risers, top tension risers and umbilicals.

Acergy North won the transportation and installation contract for the subsea production umbilicals. The work scope included 37 miles (60 kilometers) of steel-tube super duplex subsea production umbilicals, four dynamic and three static, associated flying leads and subsea hardware.

Five risers hang down to the seafloor, and then branch out into clusters of connected wells. On the seafloor, 22 wells, extending more than 14,000 feet (4,267 meters) from the surface, will be linked to the Perdido spar, with an additional eight tie-backs from subsea completions. Fifteen hundred horsepower electric pumps will bring oil to the surface against extreme pressures from three undersea fields, while gas is separated on the sea floor and sent to the production unit.

Perdido Spar

The spar facility was installed in August 2008. The Perdido spar is a massive steel structure that is 568 feet (173 meters) tall, 112 feet (34 meters) in diameter and floats on a sunken cylinder. Perdido was constructed by Technip in Pori, Finland, and began its journey to Texas in May 2008. Kiewit is constructing the topsides in Ingleside, Texas.

Moored in 7,817 feet (2,383 meters) of water, nine chains and polyester rope mooring lines, roughly 2 miles (3 kilometers) in length, secure the 50,000-ton (45,359-tonne) spar. On this project, Heerema Marine Contractors installed the world’s deepest permanent mooring anchor pile in 8,631 feet (2,632 meters) of water using the deepwater crane vessel (DCV) Balder.

In 2006, Shell awarded Technip a contract to provide the Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the spar hull and mooring system. The contract covers the design and fabrication; load out onto a transportation vessel, and transportation and quayside delivery.

Production

The facility began production on March 31, 2010 from five wells on the Great White field, with all wells expecting to come online by 2016. The spar is designed to produce 100,000 bopd and 200 MMcf/d (6 MMcm/d).

The spar's life expectancy is 25 years. Shell did not disclose the cost of the facility, but insiders are estimating costs to total $4 billion, given the size and complexity of the project.

Further Development

While development is on going in this area, Chevron and partners continue to evaluate development alternatives for other discoveries in the Great White-Perdido-Foldbelt area, which include Tiger and Trident.
Activities
Status Updates
Tobago Comes Online in Perdido Development
Type: Production Start

Nov. 2011 - Shell has brought a second field online in the Perdido development in the GOM. The well, located on the Tobago field, is considered the world's deepest subsea well (located 9,627 feet below the water's surface). In a press release, Shell said that Tobago breaks the world water depth record for subsea production, previously held by another field in the Perdido Development - the Silvertip field at 9,356 feet (2,852 meters) of water. The field connects to the Perdido platform, which is considered the deepest drilling and production facility in the world with a capacity to handle 100,000 bopd and 200 MMcf/d. Tobago is located in Alaminos Canyon Block 859 in 9,600 feet (2,926 meters) of water. The field is jointly owned by Shell (32.5 percent, operator), Chevron (57.5 percent) and Nexen (10 percent).

Workover Operations Commenced on Great White Field
Type: Status Update

Aug. 2010 - The Noble Danny Adkins semisub has moved to the Great White field to perform workover operations on the No. GB3 well. The operation, which involves changing tubing, is expected to take about three weeks. Great White is located on Alaminos Canyon Block 857 in a water depth of 8,000 feet (2,438 meters), and is owned and operated by Shell, 33.34%, while Chevron and BP each hold a 33.3% interest.

Baker Hughes Installs Subsea Boosting Systems at Perdido Field
Type: Subsea Equipment

May. 2010 - Baker Hughes installed Centrilift XP enhanced run life electrical submersible pumping systems in two vertical subsea boosting stations on the seabed of the Perdido field. The pumping systems are designed to boost up to 125,000 barrels of fluid per day. The contract was awarded for five enhanced run life systems, engineering design and qualification and testing services for Perdido in 2007, and the remaining three ESP systems are scheduled for installation later this year. Located at Alaminos Canyon Block 857 approximately 220 miles (354 kilometers) from Galveston, Texas in the Gulf of Mexico, is Perdido, an oil and gas spar production facility. Shell, 35% shareholder and operator, along with BP, 27.5%, and Chevron, 37.5%, developed the regional host facility.

FMC Receives Subsea Contract for Perdido Stage II Development
Type: Contract Award

Apr. 2010 - FMC Technologies signed an agreement with Shell to supply subsea and topside systems for the Perdido Stage regional development project. The scope of supply includes five subsea production trees and three subsea water injection trees, each rated at 10,000 pounds per square inch. FMC will also manufacture and provide subsea and topside controls, manifold and tie-in equipment, and other systems and services. Deliveries will commence in the third quarter of 2010. Perdido is located on Alaminos Canyon Block 857, roughly 220 miles (354 kilometers) from Galveston in 7,817 feet (2,383 meters) of water. Shell serves as the operator of the project.

Shell Turns on Taps at Perdido
Type: Production Start

Mar. 2010 - Shell commenced first oil and natural gas from the Perdido Development in the Gulf of Mexico, which is considered to be the world's deepest offshore drilling and production facility. Five wells were brought on stream from the Great White field, and the operator plans to bring additional wells online at a later date. Sitting in a water depth of roughly 8,000 feet (2,450 meters), the Perdido facility produces from the Great White, Silvertip and Tobago fields with production estimated to ramp up towards an annual peak of more than 100,000 bopd. The fields are situated on the Perdido fold belt, offshore in the deep northwestern section of the Alaminos Canyon outer continental shelf area. Shell serves as the operator, holding a 35% interest, along with BP, 27.5%, and Chevron, 37.5%.

Transocean's Deepwater Nautilus to Sidetrack Tobago Well
Type: Appraisal Operations

Nov. 2009 - Transocean's semisub, the Deepwater Nautilus, is slated to drill sidetrack well TA001 at Alaminos Canyon Block 859, on Shell's Tobago field. Tobago is a joint development with the Silvertip field and will be tied-back to the Perdido Hub at Alaminos Canyon 857. Shell is the operator on this development project and holds a 30% interest. Other partners include: Chevron (56.66%) and Nexen (13.34%).

C & C Completes Perdido Jumper Surveys
Type: Contract Award

Sep. 2009 - C & C Technologies completed metrology services for the Perdido oil and gas export line tie-in jumpers. C & C's Marine Construction Division provided both the offshore acoustic metrology measurements and the dimensional control performed in the fabrication yard. C & C utilized Sonardyne MK-V Wideband Compatts, which use advanced digital signaling techniques to improve the performance and stability of the acoustic metrology system. The oil jumper measured approximately 183 feet, making this one of the longest jumper metrology projects ever executed.

Noble Clyde Boudreaux Drills Development Well at Alaminos Canyon
Type: Development Activity

Jul. 2009 - The Noble Clyde Boudreaux is scheduled to drill a development well at Alaminos Canyon Block 857. AC857 is on the Great White field, which is currently under development. Shell is the operator and holds a 33.34% interest in the field with partners Chevron (33.3%) and BP (33.3%).

Alliance Delivers Topsides for Deepwater Perdido Spar
Type: Development Activity

Jun. 2009 - Alliance designed the topsides of the Perdido Development facility, which was mated with its spar in a record single lift. Alliance provided the conceptual design, front-end engineering, detailed design, construction support and installation/commissioning support for this unique topsides deck. The design accommodates production from five subsea, direct vertical access separation caissons for this host facility. Located in the Gulf of Mexico on Alaminos Canyon Block 857 in 7,817 feet (2,383 meters) of water, approximately 200 miles (322 kilometers) from Houston, Perdido will become the world's deepest offshore oil & gas drilling and production facility. It is operated by Shell on behalf of partners Chevron and BP.

Shell Seeks MMS Approval for Development Activities at Perdido
Type: Development Activity

Jun. 2009 - Shell submitted a Development Operations Coordination Document (DOCD) to MMS for the Perdido field, located on Alaminos Canyon Block 857. The DOCD proposes to drill and complete 4 wells, AC857 locations GD1 through GD4, install jumpers and flying leads and then commence production. Shell is the operator with a 35% interest in the field. Other interest holders are Chevron (37.5%) and BP (27.5%).

Shell Sees BC-10 Block Start-Up This Year, Perdido in 2010
Type: Status Update

May. 2009 - Shell announced that its BC-10 development offshore Brazil will commence production in late 2009, and the Perdido development, situated 200 miles (322 kilometers) from Houston, is slated to start-up production in 2010. The BC-10 development consists of the Abalone, Argonauta, Nautilus, and Ostra fields tied-back to the Espirito Santo FPSO. The Perdido Spar is designed to produce 100,000 bopd and 200 MMcf/d (6 MMcm/d) from three fields -- Great White, Silvertip and Tobago -- which are located offshore in the deep northwestern section of the Alaminos Canyon outer continental shelf area.

Technip Sets World's Record for Ultra-Deepwater Pipeline Installation on Perdido
Type: Subsea Equipment

Mar. 2009 - Technip set two new industry records on Shell's Perdido development in the GOM: the deepest reeled flowline installation at a water depth of 2,961 meters (9,713 feet), and the deepest reeled SCR installation at a water depth of 2,469 meters (8,100 feet).

Shell Installs Drilling, Production Platform at Perdido
Type: Development Activity

Mar. 2009 - In the US GOM, Shell installed a drilling and production platform atop a 555-foot (169-meter) cylindrical spar at Perdido. Floating in about 8,000 feet (2,438 meters) of water, the Perdido facility is the deepest in the world. It will produce oil and gas from nearby the Great White, Silvertip and Tobago fields.

Noble's Clyde Boudreaux Drills Development Well on Great White
Type: Development Activity

Jan. 2009 - Noble's Clyde Boudreaux is currently on location at Mississippi Canyon block 857, Great White, drilling a development well. Drilling is expected to last 90-days.

FMC's Deepwater Subsea Tree System Used to Set Silvertip Drilling Record
Type: Development Activity

Dec. 2008 - FMC Technologies announced today that its global standard enhanced vertical deepwater tree system was used to set a new subsea deepwater completion record of 9,356 feet. The world record depth was achieved at the Shell-operated Silvertip field, part of the Perdido Development located in the Gulf of Mexico. FMC's previously established record depth of 8,995 feet, also in the Gulf of Mexico, was set in July 2007 with Anadarko's Independence Hub project. Shell operates the Perdido Area Development on behalf of partners Chevron and BP. The development includes the Great White and Tobago fields, as well as the Silvertip field that is located on Alaminos Canyon Block 815. FMC's overall scope of supply for the Perdido Area Development includes 17 subsea trees pressure rated at 10,000 psi, five subsea caisson separation and boosting systems, two subsea manifolds, topside and subsea controls and related subsea equipment.

Noble Clyde Boudreaux to be Remanned Tomorrow
Type: Status Update

Sep. 2008 - Noble Corporation reports that the Noble Clyde Boudreaux is scheduled to be remanned tomorrow. The semisub rig located on Chevron's Silvertip field (Alaminos Canyon 815), in water depths of over 2800 meters has sustained no significant damage.

New Depth Record for Ball and Taper Mooring Connectors on Perdido
Type: Status Update

Sep. 2008 - Subsea connector specialist First Subsea has set a new depth record for ball and taper mooring connectors. Ballgrab connectors have been successfully installed at a depth of 8,637 ft (2,632 m) to moor the Truss Spar for Shell’s Perdido Development project in the Gulf of Mexico, 200 miles south of Freeport, Texas in 8,000 feet (2,440m) of water.

Perdido Spar is "Storm Safe"
Type: Status Update

Sep. 2008 - Rigzone reports that in yesterday's direct-hit area, Shell's newly installed Perdido spar seems to have escaped the wrath of Hurricane Ike with expert's new projected path. Construction continues on the spar, and Shell's Global Media Relations Manager, Jaryl Strong informs Rigzone that all safety precautions have been undertaken and "the Perdido spar is storm-safe," adding, "all nine mooring lines have been installed by the Balder."

Shell's Perdido Spar Arrives in Ultra Deepwater GOM
Type: Status Update

Aug. 2008 - The Shell-operated Perdido Regional Development Spar has arrived in the ultra deepwaters of the Gulf of Mexico and is currently being secured to the seafloor in about 8,000 feet of water. Perdido will be the deepest oil development in the world.

Oceaneering Scores Subsea Contract for Services on GOM's Perdido
Type: Contract Award

Jul. 2008 - Oceaneering was awarded a contract by Shell for the fabrication and installation of subsea hardware on Shell's ultra-deepwater Perdido Regional Development project in the Gulf of Mexico. Engineering and fabrication of the hardware has commenced.

Perdido Truss Spar Safely Delivered by the Mighty Servant 1
Type: Development Activity

Jul. 2008 - Dockwise Ltd. announced that the Perdido Truss Spar was safely delivered by the semi-submersible vessel Mighty Servant 1 on Friday June 27, 2008. The Spar was skidded on board the vessel on May 19, 2008 in Pori, Finland by DockwiseShipping, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dockwise Ltd.; and was successfully transported to Ingleside, Texas.

Progress on Perdido - Spar hull arrives in Texas
Type: Development Activity

Jun. 2008 - The spar hull to be installed on the Perdido Regional Development has arrived in Texas. Shell will work with Technip and Kiewit to perform final outfitting of the hull in preparation for the installation. The hull is expected to be towed to the Perdido work site on Alaminos Canyon 857 in August 2008.

Perdido Sets Sail for the Gulf of Mexico
Type: Status Update

May. 2008 - The Perdido Spar has set sail from Pori, Finland and has started its 8,200 mile journey to the Gulf of Mexico. The hull will be outfitted in Ingleside, Texas before heading to it's final destination on Alaminos Canyon 857.

Technip Awarded an Ultra-Deepwater Pipeline Contract in the Gulf of Mexico
Type: Contract Award

Jan. 2008 - Technip has been awarded by Shell a contract for the ultra-deep water Perdido oil field development, located approximately 200 miles south of Freeport (Texas), in the Gulf of Mexico.

Chevron announces $22.9b budget for 2008
Type: Status Update

Jan. 2008 - Major upstream spending in 2008 includes projects in the following areas: Nigeria development of the Agbami and Usan deepwater fields, U.S. Gulf of Mexico deepwater exploration and development, including Tahiti, Great White, Blind Faith, Jack and St. Malo.

Ballgrab to Supply Subsea Connector System for Perdido Project
Type: Subsea Equipment

Dec. 2007 - Technip has awarded ball and taper connector specialist, Ballgrab, the contract for subsea connectors (SMC) to moor the Truss Spar for Shell's Perdido Development project in the Gulf of Mexico, 200 miles south of Freeport, Texas in 8,000 feet of water. This will be Ballgrab's deepest SMC installation to date.

Technip Wins Shell Umbilical Work in the Gulf of Mexico
Type: Development Activity

Dec. 2006 - Technip, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Duco Inc. based in Houston, has been awarded a contract by Shell Offshore Inc. for the umbilicals needed for the development of the Great White, Tobago and Silvertip fields.

Shell Unveils Plans for Ultra Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Project
Type: Development Activity

Oct. 2006 - Shell Offshore announced plans to develop the Great White, Tobago and Silvertip Fields via a Perdido Regional Development host, located in Alaminos Canyon. First production from Perdido is expected around the turn of the decade, with the facility capable of handling 130,000 boe/d.

Shell Unveils Plans for Ultra Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Project
Type: Development Activity

Oct. 2006 - Shell Offshore announced plans to develop the Great White, Tobago and Silvertip Fields via a Perdido Regional Development host, located in Alaminos Canyon, offshore Gulf of Mexico, approximately 200 miles south of Freeport, TX. Moored in about 8,000 feet of water, the regional DVA (direct vertical access) spar will be the deepest spar production facility in the world. First production from Perdido is expected around the turn of the decade, with the facility capable of handling 130,000 boe/d.

Shell Unveils Plans for Ultra Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Project
Type: Development Activity

Oct. 2006 - Shell Offshore announced plans to develop the Great White, Tobago and Silvertip Fields via a Perdido Regional Development host, located in Alaminos Canyon, offshore Gulf of Mexico, approximately 200 miles south of Freeport, TX. Moored in about 8,000 feet of water, the regional DVA (direct vertical access) spar will be the deepest spar production facility in the world. First production from Perdido is expected around the turn of the decade, with the facility capable of handling 130,000 boe/d.

Unocal Makes Deepwater Discovery on Tobago Prospect
Type: New Discovery

May. 2004 - Unocal said its exploratory well on the Tobago prospect in Alaminos Canyon block 859 is a discovery. Drilled to a total depth of 18,510 feet, the well found about 50 net feet of oil pay in high quality reservoir sandstones. The discovery was further delineated by a sidetrack that was drilled to 18,425 feet.

ChevronTexaco Announces New Discovery In Deepwater Gulf Of Mexico
Type: New Discovery

Sep. 2002 - ChevronTexaco and joint venture partners Shell and BP today announced a deepwater discovery at the Great White Prospect in Alaminos Canyon block 857, located approximately 250 miles South of Houston.

Perdido SPAR Platform
Producing - Mar 31, 2010 to -

Shell commenced first oil and natural gas from the Perdido Development in the Gulf of Mexico, which is considered to be the world's deepest offshore drilling and production facility. Five wells were brought on stream from the Great White field, and the operator plans to bring additional wells online at a later date.

Under Construction - Oct 26, 2006 to Mar 2010

Silvertip
Under Development - Oct 2006 to -

Silvertip will be a subsea developemnt with a tieback to a vertical access spar floating production facility having a design capacity of 130,000bopd. First oil is expected in 2010.

Discovery (Drilled) - Oct 2004 to Oct 2006

Exploratory Drilling - Aug 2004 to Oct 2004

Discovery drilled on AC815 using Transocean's Discoverer Deep Seas. Drilled to a total depth of 14778ft.

Tobago
Producing - Nov 17, 2011 to -

Under Development - Oct 2005 to Nov 16, 2011

Discovery (Drilled) - May 2004 to Oct 2005

AC859 #1 encountered 50 feet of oil pay.

Exploratory Drilling - Mar 2004 to May 2004

AC859 #1 drilled by Discoverer Spirit.

Bright Spot - Dec 1998 to Mar 2004

AC859 acquired in Western Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale 171

Great White
Producing - Mar 31, 2010 to -

Five wells were brought on stream from the Great White field, and the operator plans to bring additional wells online at a later date.

Under Development - Oct 2006 to Mar 30, 2010

Great White will be developed via the Perdido Spar.

Discovery (Appraised) - Jan 2005 to Oct 2006

Appraisal Drilling - May 2002 to Dec 2004

Appraisal well was drilled to a true vertical depth of 15,035 feet in 2002. A total of 5 wells were drilled.

Exploratory Drilling - Mar 2002 to May 2002

Discovery was made on AC857 usind Transocean's Deepwater Nautilus and drilled to a total depth of 14,405 feet.

Bright Spot - Jan 1997 to Mar 2002

Shell acquired AC857 in Western OCS Lease Sale 161

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Facility Name Perdido SPAR Platform
Duty Oil/Gas
Operator Shell
Current Status Producing since 2010
Host Type SPAR
Water Depth 2,377 m / 7,844 ft
Dev.Cost n/a
 
Region US
 
Location Alaminos Canyon 857
 
Field Name Silvertip
Discovery Date Oct 2004
Block Alaminos Canyon 815
Reserve Type Oil/Gas
Current Status Under Development
Production Start
Water Depth 2,812 m / 9,280 ft
Field Name Great White
Discovery Date May 2002
Block Alaminos Canyon 857
Reserve Type Oil/Gas
Current Status Producing
Production Start Mar 2010
Water Depth 2,438 m / 8,045 ft
Field Name Tobago
Discovery Date May 2004
Block Alaminos Canyon 859
Reserve Type Oil
Current Status Producing
Production Start Nov 2011
Water Depth 2,926 m / 9,656 ft