A view of ConocoPhillips Grissik Gas Plant through the lush foliage of South Sumatra, Indonesia. The Grissik team was honored in 2017 with the CSR of Health, an annual corporate social responsibility (CSR) recognition sponsored by Indonesia’s Ministry of Health. ConocoPhillips holds a 54 percent interest in the Corridor Block PSC located in South Sumatra, consisting of five oil fields and seven natural gas fields. Natural gas produced through the block is sold through long-term contracts to the Indonesian and Singapore markets.
Photography by Patrick Currey | December 2018
The Aasta Hansteen hull and topsides begin their journey from the Stord shipyard, where they were recently mated, to the development location in the Norwegian Sea, 186 miles offshore Norway. The platform was named for a Norwegian painter, writer and early feminist; a naming ceremony was held on Women's Day, March 8, 2018. The Aasta Hansteen development is a gas discovery in a water depth of 4,265 feet. First gas is targeted by late 2018. The development includes the Polarled Pipeline, which will transport gas to the onshore processing facility at Nyhamna. ConocoPhillips has interests in these facilities of 4.5 percent and 1.7 percent, respectively.
Photography by Espen Roennevik, courtesy of Statoil
At Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay, a grove of Supertrees frames the iconic Marina Bay Sands, a luxury resort on the city’s Marina Bay. Gardens by the Bay features a wide range of plant species and garden design and reflects the work of a team of professionals committed to the greening of Singapore. Owned by the Las Vegas Sands corporation, when Marina Bay Sands opened in 2010, it was billed as the world’s most expensive standalone casino property. ConocoPhillips’ Singapore office serves as the company’s Asia Pacific and Middle East commercial and trading hub and provides functional support to business units throughout the region.
Photography by Patrick Currey | October 2018
On August 27, 2018, ConocoPhillips China (COPC) and CNOOC staff jointly witnessed the first oil on the WHP-V Platform, an important milestone for the Bohai Phase 3 project. Comprised of three wellhead platforms, three drilling-completion-workover rigs, one central processing platform, 186 new wells and 49 sidetracks, the project was sanctioned in December 2015 by ConocoPhillips’ Board of Directors and is expected to deliver peak production by 2022. COPC and CNOOC have engaged in longstanding cooperation regarding the Bohai Peng Lai Field since the 1990s. Since the operatorship transferred to CNOOC in 2014, COPC has continued to provide project management and multidisciplinary technical support.