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Perdido Regional Host

Alaminos Canyon, Gulf of Mexico
All Areas World Ocean

Status:built
Building Uses
 - industrial
 - mechanical
Structural Types
 - offshore
 - cantilever
 - landing pad
 - narrow base
 - truss
Materials
 - steel

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Spire7999 ftEnergiadiario's website

Description
• Developers: Shell operates 35% on behalf of Chevron 37.5% and British Petroleun 27.5% and centres upon three fields:
- Great White (Shell 33.34%, Chevron 33.33% BP 33.33%). Shell drilled five wells, the original being drilled to a vertical depth of 14,405ft.
- Tobago (Chevron 57.5 %, Shell 32.5% and Nexen 10 %) on Alaminos Canyon 859 in 9,600ft of water. Drilled in 2004 to a total depth of 18,510ft to 18,425ft.
- Silvertip (Chevron 60%, Shell 40%)on Alaminos Canyon Block 815, Chevron drilled the AC 815 No. 1 in roughly 9,200ft of water to a total depth of 14,778ft.

• Floating Structure: built in Pori Finland / Kiewit Offshore in Corpus Christi.

• Installed by: Shell, Acergy North America, Technip, Kiewit, FMC Technologies y Heerema Marine Contractors.
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• It is an only one circular steel column 1063ft high, fixed to the sea ground with 9 chains and fixed lines. Workscope comprises approximately 60km of steel-tubed super duplex subsea production umbilicals, four dynamic and three static. The mastile operates 20 oil fields.

• Built on the limit of US Territorial Waters
http://www.offshore-technology.com/projects/perdido/images/4-perdido-foldbelt.jpg
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• Info Pages:
http://www.offshore-technology.com/projects/perdido/

• Reference images:
http://i161.photobucket.com/albums/t226/urbanity_es/blog/Perdido04.jpg
http://i161.photobucket.com/albums/t226/urbanity_es/blog/Perdido02.jpg

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