First Phase of Mumbai High Platform Project Completed
The first phase of the nine-well platform project for ONGC's Mumbai High Field has been completed successfully ahead of scheduled. This is a part of the ONGC's Redevelopment Plan to enhance production from the Mumbai High (South) field.
The Project, to be completed in 2 phases, was awarded to Larsen and Toubro (L&T) on February 20, 2004 at a cost of Indian Rupees 514.19 Crore plus Euro 84.31 Million (Total Indian Rupees 1006.50 Crore).
Under Phase II, four well platforms - RS4 (6 slots), RS5 (9 slots), RS7 (9 slots) and RS8 (6 slots) – will be installed. These are expected to be completed by February 28, 2006.
The Project Team of Offshore Works, Offshore Design, and support of Finance, Materials Management, Asset Team of Mumbai High Asset and efforts of the contractor and its sub-contractor were instrumental in this feat.
Operates 36 Offshore Rigs
Manages 8 Offshore Rigs
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