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Oil megaprojects (2003)

This page summarizes projects that brought more than 20,000 barrels per day (3,200 m3/d) of new liquid fuel capacity to market with the first production of fuel beginning in 2003. This is part of the WorldHeritage summary of Oil Megaprojects—see that page for further details. 2003 saw 30 projects come on stream with an aggregate capacity of 2.499 million barrels per day (397,300 m3/d) when full production was reached (which may not have been in 2003).

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Overview 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

Detailed Project Table for 2003

Country Project Name Year startup Operator Area Type Grade 2P resvs GOR Peak Year Peak Discovery Capital Inv. Notes
OPEC
Algeria Menzel Ledjmat North 2003 2003 40 [1][2]
Algeria Ohanet 10/2003 BHP Billiton LAND Cond 30 [3][4]
Ecuador Block 16 9/2003 Murphy Oil Crude Heavy 2003 52
Iran Balal 1/2003 ENI Crude 3/2004 40 [5][6]
Iran Darkhovin Ph I 10/2003 ENI Crude 2005 55 [6][7]
Indonesia West Seno Ph I 8/2003 Unocal Crude 0.588 2004 40 1998 [8][9]
Libya Al Jurf 9/2003 Total Crude 2007 40 [10][11]
Libya Murzuk NC-186 A & D 10/2003 Repsol 0.29 2005 75 2000 [12][13]
Nigeria Abo 4/2003 ENI Crude 70 [14][15][16]
Nigeria Amenam/Kpono 7/2003 Total Crude Light (API 45) 0.588 2004 125 1990 [17]
Saudi Arabia Haradh II 4/2003 Saudi Aramco Crude Light (API 32) 3-7 300 1951 [18][19][20][21][22]
Non-OPEC
Angola Block 15 Xikomba 2003 ExxonMobil OFF Crude Light (API 34.7) 0.1 2006 90 1999 [23][24]
Australia Woollybutt 5/20/2003 ENI Crude 40 [25][26]
Brazil Bijupira-Salema 8/12/2003 Shell OFF Crude Medium (API 28-31) 0.17 438 70 1990 [27][28][29][30]
Canada Athabasca (Muskeg River) 2003 Shell LAND Synthetic crude 1.65 2004 155 [31][32][33]
Canada Syncrude Phase III 2003 Syncrude LAND Synthetic crude 2006 100 [34][35]
Chad Doba fields 7/2003 ExxonMobil LAND Crude Heavy (API 20.5) 1.0 2005 225 [24][36][37][38]
China Panyu 2003 Devon Energy OFF Crude 66 2005 62 1998 [39]

[40] [41] [42]

Eq. Guinea Zafiro S’th’n 2003 ExxonMobil 0.150 110 [24]
Kazakhstan Buzachi Peninsula (Alibekmola; Kozhasai) 4/2003 Nelson Resources LAND Crude 20 API 0.550 50 1999 [43][44]
Kazakhstan Karachaganak Ph II 8/2003 Eni/BG LAND Cond/Crude 8.4 2005 100 1979 $5.5b [45][46][47][48][49]
Malaysia Angsi Ph 3 2003 ExxonMobil 30 [24]
Malaysia Bunga Ph II/III 9/2003 Talisman Light (36.2 API) 3/2004 60 [50][51][52]
Malaysia West Patricia 5/2003 Murphy Oil Crude 2003 15 [53]
Norway Grane 9/2003 StatoilHydro OFF Crude Heavy (19 API) 214 [54][55][56][57]
Norway Mikkel 2003 StatoilHydro OFF Crude 25 [24]
Norway Ringhorne 2003 ExxonMobil OFF Crude 90 [24]
Norway Fram 10/2003 StatoilHydro OFF Crude 60 [57]
Russia Salym (Upper Salym, West Salym, Vadelyp) 6/2003 Shell/Evikhon LAND Crude API 28 0.774 2009 160 $1.54b [58][59][60][61][62]
Russia South Priobskoye 2003 Gazprom Neft 2.2 2005 220 [63][64][65]
Thailand Platong 2003 Unocal Crude 9/2005 40 [9][66]
UK Penguins 2003 Shell OFF Crude 40 [24]
USA Gunnison (Dawson/Durango) 2003 Kerr McGee 40 [67]
USA Habanero 12/2003 Murphy Oil ODW Crude 2004 34 [68]

[69]

USA Medusa 11/2003 Murphy Oil ODW Crude 0.07-0.10 2004 40 [69]

[70]

USA Nakika 2003 Shell 0.300 110 [71]
USA Princess Phase I 2003 Shell Crude 55 [24][72]
Vietnam Su Tu Den 2003 ConocoPhillips Crude Light (36.2 API) 70 [73][74]

See also the 2003 world oil market chronology.

References

  1. ^ "Algeria - Oil and Gas: Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Extraction". 
  2. ^ "Burlington Resources Begins Oil Production from Algeria's MLN Field and Resumes Partial Production from Madden Field, Accessed 11/27/07". Business Wire. July 7, 2003. 
  3. ^ "BHP BILLITON PRODUCTION REPORT FOR THE QUARTER ENDED 30 SEPTEMBER 2004" (PDF). 
  4. ^ "The Ohanet Development Algeria, Accessed 12/9/07". 
  5. ^ "Iran puts Balal oil field into operation, Alexeander's Gas & Oil Connections, Accessed 12/9/07". 
  6. ^ a b "ENI Annual Report 2003". 
  7. ^ "Inauguration of the Darquain oil field in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Gulf Oil and Gas, Accessed 12/9/07". 
  8. ^ "West Seno, Makassar Strait Deepwater Development, Indonesia, Offshore Technology, Accessed 12/9/07". 
  9. ^ a b "Unocal Corporation Annual Report 2003" (PDF). 
  10. ^ "Total 2003 Annual Report, Accessed 12/9/07" (PDF). 
  11. ^ "Libya Reserves, Geology, NOC, Companies, EIA Country Analysis Brief, Accessed 12/9/07". 
  12. ^ "Repsol Annual Report 2004, Accessed 12/11/07" (PDF). 
  13. ^ "Repsol Annual Report 2003, Accessed 12/11/07" (PDF). 
  14. ^ |format=PDF"Prosafe Says the Abo FPSO Has Gone 1,000 Days without a LTI, Rigzone 11/11/05, Accessed 12/10/07". 
  15. ^ "On the Resource Control Battle: From Dichotomy to Quartonomy, From Isopatials to Isobat, Nigeria Exchange 2/19/03, Accessed 12/10/07". 
  16. ^ "ENI Annual Report 2003, Accessed 12/10/07". 
  17. ^ "Amenam-Kpono Oil and Gas Field, Nigeria, Offshore Technology, Accessed 11/26/07". 
  18. ^ "Haradh III: A Milestone for Smart Fields". 
  19. ^ "Year in Review - 2003". 
  20. ^ "The Ghawar Oil Field, Saudi Arabia, Accessed 11/27/07". 
  21. ^ "Depletion Levels in Ghawar, Accessed 11/27/07". 
  22. ^ "Ghawar: The Anatomy of the World's Largest Oil Field, Accessed 11/27/07". 
  23. ^ "Xikomba Oil Field Deepwater Development, Angola, Accessed 11/27/07". 
  24. ^ a b c d e f g h "ExxonMobil Financial and Operating Review, 2003" (PDF). 
  25. ^ "Woollybutt oil on stream and tipped to barrel on, Australian Business Intelligence, 5/20/03, Accessed 11/27/07". Australasian Business Intelligence. May 1, 2003. 
  26. ^ "ENI Annual Report, 2003". 
  27. ^ "Shell (Enterprise) Bijupira Salema, Accessed 11/27/07". 
  28. ^ "Petrobras Annual Report, 2003" (PDF). 
  29. ^ "Shell starts oil production from offshore Brazil". 
  30. ^ "Royal Dutch Petroleum Company Annual Report and Accounts 2003". 
  31. ^ "Athabasca Oil Sands Project, Alberta, Canada, HydroCarbons Technology". 
  32. ^ "Shell outlines growth plans for the Athabasca Oil Sands Project". 2004-09-21. 
  33. ^ "Athabasca Oil Sands Project sets monthly production record". 2004-09-02. 
  34. ^ "Syncrude 21 Expansion Project, Alberta, Canada". 
  35. ^ "81.4 Million Barrels in 2001: Syncrude sets a new production record". 
  36. ^ "The Mineral Industry of Chad" (PDF). 
  37. ^ "Oil Wealth Trickles Into Chad, but Little Trickles Down, Washington Post, Mar 13th, 2004" (PDF). 
  38. ^ "Chevron, Supplement to Annual Report for 2003" (PDF). 
  39. ^ "2003 Annual report" (PDF). 
  40. ^ "2004 Annual report" (PDF). 
  41. ^ "2005 Annual report" (PDF). 
  42. ^ http://www.gasandoil.com/goc/company/cns53535.htm. 
  43. ^ "KAZAKHSTAN - EmbaMunaiGaz, Goliath Business Knowledge on Demand, August 2, 2004". 
  44. ^ "KAZAKHSTAN OIL AND GAS September 2003 Update, British Embassy/UK Trade and Investment,2003" (DOC). 
  45. ^ Phase I production was 100kbd and product post phase II was 200kbd, so 100kbd is credited to the megaproject.
  46. ^ "The Giant Karachaganak Field, Unlocking Its Potential, Oil Field Review, Autumn 1998." (PDF). 
  47. ^ "Karachaganak Petroleum Operating Page, Accessed Nov 24th, 2007.". 
  48. ^ "PRESIDENT OF KAZAKHSTAN STARTS FIRST OIL FOR EXPORT FROM NEW PRODUCTION FACILITIES IN KARACHAGANAK, KPO Press Release, 8/1/2003". 
  49. ^ "Lukoil annual report for 2005" (PDF). 
  50. ^ "PM-3 Commercial Arrangement Area". 
  51. ^ "Talisman begins production offshore Malaysia/Vietnam, Alexander's Gas & Oil Connections, 9/30/03". 
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  53. ^ "RBC energy conf, Sept 2003". 
  54. ^ Hart E&P article on Norway's heavy oil Grane Field, Accessed, 11/25/2007 
  55. ^ Production record at the Grane oil field, Accessed, 11/25/2007 
  56. ^ Grane Oil Pipeline, Accessed, 11/25/2007 
  57. ^ a b Norsky Hydro 2003 Annual Report, Accessed 12/22/2007 
  58. ^ "Salym Petroleum Development begins oil production at West Salym field a year ahead of schedule, Shell press release, 12/15/04". 
  59. ^ "Salym blazes a trail, Neftegaz International, February 2006". 
  60. ^ "Salym hits big time in Siberia, Upstreamonline, October 25, 2007". 
  61. ^ "Milestone achievements for Sibir Energy plc". 
  62. ^ "Salym Group of Fields, Accessed 12/22/07". 
  63. ^ "Western Siberia Sees Improvement in Drilling Efficiency, SPE Journal of Petroleum Technology, Feb 2007". 
  64. ^ "Commerzbank Initiation of Coverage Report, Sibneft, Jun 28 2002." (PDF). 
  65. ^ "Gazprom Annual Report, 2005." (PDF). 
  66. ^ "Unocal Annual Report, 2004" (PDF). 
  67. ^ Field Description - Gunnison, Rigzone, Accessed, 12/9/2007 
  68. ^ "Lehman Energy and Power conf, Sep 2007". 
  69. ^ a b "2003 Annual report" (PDF). 
  70. ^ "2004 annual report" (PDF). 
  71. ^ BP America: Nakika, Accessed, 11/25/2007 
  72. ^ "ExxonMobil Participates in Expanded Production from Gulf of Mexico Princess Field". Business Wire. January 5, 2004. 
  73. ^ "Vietnam approves ConocoPhilips oil field project, International Herald Tribune, 10/11/2007". 
  74. ^ ConocoPhillips 2003 Annual Report
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