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Caister Murdoch Phase 3 Field Development

Caister Murdoch Phase 3 was discovered in North Sea in 2001 and production from by operator ConocoPhillips.
Caister Murdoch Phase 3, UK Subsea Field Development Data:
Area: North Sea
Block: 44/22a & 44/23a
Country: UK
Region: Europe(North)
Operator: ConocoPhillips
Partners: Conoco (54.5% share), Tullow Exploration (34%) and GDF (11.5%); again as the operator (30%), Consort Resources (49%) and GDF (21%).
Topside Solution: Caister Murdoch Phase 3 Subsea Tieback
Subsea Solution:
Development Cost:
Oil Gas Reserves: 500 million ft³

Caister Murdoch Phase 3, ConocoPhillips, - Conoco now plans to embark on the third stage of the development of its Caister Murdoch System (CMS), following the successful completion of a well in March 2001.

The Caister Murdoch Phase 3 field development by operator ConocoPhillips is located 44/22a & 44/23a in North Sea offshore UK in water depths of 131 feet (40 meters).

ConocoPhillips with its partners started development of the Caister Murdoch Phase 3 field in 2001. The recoverable reserves are estimated to 500 million ft³. Number of subsea wells are . The production year is with a daily production estimate of . The Caister Murdoch Phase 3 project is based on a subsea solution with Caister Murdoch Phase 3 Subsea Tieback topside solution. The development cost is in the order of with an estimated field life of years.

Caister Murdoch Phase 3 Technical Information:
No of Wells:
Water Depth: 131 feet (40 meters)
Design Pressure:
Design Temperature:
Field Life:
Caister Murdoch Phase 3 Project Status:
Daily Production:   

Field Status:
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