Enpro Subsea has recently finalized two subsea hydraulic intervention campaigns for two operators in West Africa.
Operations were conducted from a single Multi Services Support Vessel, which was mobilized out of Takoradi in Ghana.
The first of the two campaigns saw Enpro’s Flow Intervention Services (FIS) team deliver scale squeeze operations on five separate subsea wells via a modified choke insert in 1800m water depth. The second campaign utilized the same vessel and hardware and included acid stimulation operations via a hot stab connection onto a further five wells at 1300m, for a different operator.
Steve Robb, Enpro Subsea operations director said: “This represents another two very successful campaigns for our FIS team. Over the past two years, we’ve worked with our stakeholders in region to optimize the mean time per well operation and improve efficiency of mobilization and demobilization. All activities, including mobilization, deployment, subsea operations, demobilization and maintenance are executed by the Enpro team. With the success of 19 FIS operations in West Africa under our belt, we are now well placed to deliver these services to others in the region and beyond looking for a low-cost hydraulic intervention solution.”
Ian Donald, Enpro Subsea CEO added: “We are very pleased with our success in West Africa. We have now established Enpro Subsea Ghana Limited, a local joint venture, which will allow us to expand operations in the region, continue to support existing and new clients, and maximize the local content of these projects.”