Field Development

Nobleseas provides field planning, feasibility and concept studies for all field types at all stages. We work closely together with our clients to increase value at every stage of the field lifecycle.

At Nobleseas, field development planning is a structured process thorough which we identify field option that best meets client requirements and development drivers. Nobleseas is uniquely qualified to perform field development studies through utilization of holistic concept screening method supported by economic analysis and life-cycle cost estimation.

We leverage our vast experience to work on early prospect and project development phases to support front end design and decision gate processes.

Subsea Field Development

Nobleseas has extensive experience in performing from opportunity appraisal through to concept select and pre-FEED definition/scoping studies to deliver optimised offshore field development solutions. We have achieved competency, experience and knowledge in advanced technologies by working on various challenging studies consisting of but not limited to;

  • Ultra-deepwater fields
  • Remote locations
  • Shallow water and marginal fields
  • HP/HT and high contaminants
  • Subsea Tie-back studies / Brownfield development
  • Construction and Installation feasibility studies

Topside and Onshore Facilities

We can assist our clients through all project phases and utilize an unique set of tools and innovative work processes to help deliver an improved project realisation. We cover following aspects while dealing in topsides and onshore facilities;

  • Preparation or updating of Asset Reference Plans
  • Troubleshooting and optimization studies
  • Flow Assurance studies e.g. evaluating risks of hydrate xformation , wax deposition , slugging potential etc. and development of mitigating strategies
  • Analysis of pipeline networks and modelling of integrated facilities (well heads, pipelines and topside facilities)
  • Developing and evaluating pipeline integrity and operating envelopes