In 2023, round $2194000000 in working expenditure and round $892 million in capital expenditure have been spent on actions on Shah Deniz gas-condensate area positioned within the Azerbaijani sector of the Caspian Sea, the vast majority of which was related to the Shah Deniz 2 undertaking, says the total yr 2023 outcomes report on bp’s actions in Azeraijan, APA-Economics stories.
“In the course of the yr, the Shah Deniz area continued to offer gasoline to markets in Azerbaijan (to Azerkontrakt), Georgia (to GOGC), Türkiye (to BOTAS), BTC in a number of areas and to consumers in Europe,” the stories notes.
In 2023, the sector produced about 26 billion customary cubic metres of gasoline and greater than 4 million tonnes (about 35 million barrels) of condensate in whole from the Shah Deniz Alpha and Shah Deniz Bravo platforms. The present Shah Deniz amenities’ manufacturing capability is presently about 74 million customary cubic metres of gasoline per day or roughly 27 billion customary cubic metres per yr.
In 2023, the Shah Deniz 2 undertaking progressed on schedule in the direction of the manufacturing start-up from the East North flank in early 2024.
Inside the framework of the undertaking, the handover of all the system for operation on the East North flank has been accomplished. Curently, the completion operations of the EN03 effectively, in addition to subsea and handover actions are ongoing.
Throughout 2023, no wells have been drilled from Shah Deniz Alpha platform, throughout this era preventive works have been carried out on the platform’s drilling rig.
The Istiglal rig delivered the SDF03z effectively recompletion exercise and completion operations on the SDF05.
In whole 21 wells have been drilled for Shah Deniz 2. These embody 5 wells on the North flank, 4 wells on the West flank, 4 wells on the East South flank, 5 wells on the West South flank and three wells on the East North flank.