32 Woodside Petroleum Ltd|Annual Report 2018
+Commenced FPSO, subsea and
drilling activities for Greater Enfield
+Achieved 938 days without a
recordable injury on Nganhurra
Woodside’s share of annual production in 2018 from Ngujima-Yin FPSO (Vincent field)
was 1.3 MMbbl, down from 4.0 MMbbl in 2017 due to suspension of production on
1 May 2018 to support the Greater Enfield Project. The FPSO transited to the Keppel
shipyard in Singapore to undertake maintenance and modifications as part of the
Greater Enfield Project (see further information on page 39). Production is planned
to resume from mid-2019.
Woodside interest: 60%
Woodside’s share of annual production in 2018 from Okha FPSO (Cossack, Wanaea,
Lambert and Hermes fields) was 1.8 MMboe, down from 1.9 MMbbl in 2017 primarily
due to natural reservoir decline. Subsea life extension work will continue in 2019. There
is no major maintenance planned in 2019.
Woodside interest: 33.33%
Woodside’s share of annual production in 2018 from Nganhurra FPSO (Enfield
field) was 0.7 MMbbl, down from 0.9 MMbbl in 2017 due to natural reservoir decline.
Permanent cessation of production occurred in November 2018. In December 2018,
the FPSO departed the field for cold lay-up in Labuan, Malaysia, ahead of planned
future divestment. Plugging and abandonment of wells and the decommissioning of
remaining subsea equipment will be subject to future stakeholder engagement and
regulatory submissions.
Woodside interest: 60%
Woodside’s share of annual production from the Liard Basin in north-eastern British
Columbia was 1.2 MMboe, down from 1.3 MMboe in 2017 primarily due to natural
reservoir decline. Production is a result of the appraisal program being undertaken
to support the proposed Kitimat LNG development. Liard Basin production is
expected to cease in mid-2019.
+Commenced production from train 2
+Exceeded 2018 production targets
+Domestic gas plant export-gas
Production at Wheatstone LNG (non-operated) has exceeded expectations in 2018,
highlighted by strong reliability at LNG train 1 and quicker than expected ramp up at
LNG train 2. Woodside’s share of annual production in 2018 was 9.1 MMboe.
Production from LNG train 1 has been steady
since start-up in October 2017 and continues
to demonstrate production rates above plan.
Production from LNG train 2 safely commenced in
June 2018 and reached full capacity within weeks.
A planned shutdown to remove commissioning
strainers was carried out in August 2018.
In 2018, Woodside otake from Wheatstone LNG
comprised 12 LNG and four condensate cargoes.
There are no planned major LNG maintenance
turnarounds scheduled in 2019.
Woodside interest: 13%
Wheatstone LNG
expected to contribute
annually, once fully