Subsea Trees in Kangean

Dril-Quip® Successfully Installs Four Subsea Trees in Kangean Field

Dril-Quip recently installed four subsea trees in the Kangean Energy Sirasun and Batur gas fields. The wells are located approximately 90 kilometres (56 miles) north of Bali, Indonesia, in approximately 100-meter (330-foot) water depth. They are tied back to an existing subsea manifold and, subsequently, to an existing floating production unit (FPU). The supply and installation included Dril-Quip subsea wellhead and tree systems, subsea and topside control systems with subsea distribution, and umbilical termination units, which are expected to support the production of an additional 175 to 180 million cubic feet per day of natural gas.

This four-tree step out is Phase 2 of the Terang, Sirasun and Batur (TSB) gas fields development. Dril-Quip had previously supplied four subsea trees to Kangean Energy in 2010, which were producing an average of 240 million standard cubic feet of natural gas per day. The supply was gathered at the FPU and then transported through the East Java Gas Pipeline (EJGP) to meet the domestic gas needs of Surabaya, Indonesia’s second largest city.
The current production, brought online with the addition of the new Dril-Quip
trees, will help ensure reliable gas supply to the Indonesian market for years to come.