Husky Energy provided an update on its Asia Pacific projects, offshore China and Indonesia, when announcing the company's results for the second quarter.
Progress was made on the Liwan Gas Project, which advanced nearer towards first production. The 30,000-ton topsides portion of the central platform was installed onto its jacket in the South China Sea and all nine wells at Liwan 3-1 are completed and ready for production.
Meanwhile, work continues on the deepwater facilities to connect the wells and finish approximately 49 miles (79 kilometers) of pipelines to the platform. About 162 miles (260 kilometers) of shallow water pipeline from the central platform to the onshore gas plant is now completed.
A contract has been signed for the gas from the Liuhua 34-2 field.
"All of the initial planned production from both Liwan 3-1 and Liuhua 34-2 are now covered by sales agreements with prices in line with previous guidance. Negotiations for the Liuhua 29-1 field gas are in progress," Husky Energy said in a company release.
In Indonesia, Husky continued to advance its shallow water gas developments in the Madura Strait. Infrastructure contracts for the BD field have received government approval, with the tender for a floating production storage and offloading vessel under final evaluation. Tender plans for the MDA/MBH field have been submitted for government review in line with the Plan of Development approved earlier this year.
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