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Shell Perdido

Gulf of Mexico, Alaminos Canyon Area Blocks 815, 857 & 859

Landmark: First Gulf of Mexico Full Field Subsea Separation & Pumping
System

Project Overview Project Characteristics Project Ownership


Contract Award: 2007 No. Trees: 17 Great White
Sales: Houston, Texas Water Depth: 2,880 m (9,600 ft) BP, Chevron & Shell 33.3%
Fabrication: Houston, Texas Tree Type: EVDT
Service Base: Houston, Texas Tree Pressure: 10,000 psi Silvertip
Host Type: Spar Tree Bore Size: 5”x2” Chevron 60%
Contract Type: EPC Hydrocarbon: Oil Shell 40%

Tobago
Chevron 57.5%
Shell 32.5%
Nexan 10%
NORTH AMERICA
Scope of Work
4 Seventeen (17) 5”x2” 10,000 psi Enhanced Vertical Deepwater
Subsea Trees (EVDT) Comments
4 Five (5) Caisson Separator Assemblies This is FMC Technologies second full field development with
4 Five (5) Surface Flow Control Assemblies Shell utilizing subsea oil and gas separation and boosting,
following the award of the Shell BC-10 project in offshore Brazil.
4 Two (2) 10-Slot Cluster Manifolds The Perdido project will have a SPAR-based processing hub
4 Two (2) Suction Piles (foundation for manifolds) moored in an estimated 2,400 m (7,874 ft) of water, making it the
deepest production SPAR in the world.
4 Topside Control Systems
4 Subsea Controls and Subsea Distribution Equipment The Perdido project will utilize FMC’s globally managed product
standards, supporting manufacturing and supply networks, and
4 Thirty (30) Slimbore Subsea Wellheads
project management processes.
4 Valves and Hubs for fourteen (14) PLET’s and Sleds
4 End Kits for twenty-nine (29) Well and Flowline Jumpers

Worldwide Headquarters: Regional Sales Office:


FMC Technologies FMC Technologies
1803 Gears Road 1777 Gears Road
Houston, TX 77067, USA Houston, TX 77067, USA
Phone: +1 (281) 591 4000 Phone: +1 (281) 591 4000
Fax: +1 (281) 591 4291 Fax: +1 (281) 591 4291

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