Waverley Brownall is proud to be the approved supplier to this offshore project that produces an est. 26,000 barrels per day.
The Armada gas field installation is located 244km to the east of Aberdeen in the central North Sea. The gas fields are named after British sailors who fought in the Spanish Armada (1588).
- Fleming (Palaeocene Maureen Formation, 6 extended reach wells)
- Drake (Jurassic Ula Formation, two wells)
- Seymour (Jurassic reservoir, single well)
- Hawkins (Jurassic sandstone, single sub-sea well)
The £430 million armada development (originally, budget of £537) has a peak gas production of 450 million standard cubic feet per day. (Ref: 1.1 of the BG Environmental Report)
The Central Area Transmission System (CATS Pipeline) is where the natural gas from the Armada field is transported. Based in Teeside in the North East of England, this processing system serves over 30 fields in the UK through 250 miles of pipeline.
The C.A.T.S transmission system has a record of outstanding safety since commission in 1993.