Statoil submit plans for second phase of Brazilian Peregrino project

Statoil, in partnership with Sinochem, submitted a plan of development to the South American's country's National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP) in Rio de Janeiro on January 30.
Statoil, in partnership with Sinochem, submitted a plan of development to the South American's country's National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP) in Rio de Janeiro on January 30.

The new platform would be tied-back to the existing FPSO Peregrino and include stand alone power generation.

Phase two would also allow Statoil to access the currently unreachable Peregrino Southwest area, with 21 wells planned to be drilled during the development.

All production and injection wells are planned to be drilled from the drilling centre, WHP-C.

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