In May 2019, Shell started production at Appomattox, a deep-water oil and gas development that is Shell’s largest floating platform in the Gulf of Mexico. Take a closer look at the Appomattox project during its long and impressive journey in the videos below.
Watch Shell’s Appomattox hull is making its way to Ingleside, Texas where the final phase of host construction took place.
Watch! Take a look back at its final journey to its home in the Gulf of Mexico.
Watch as the Appomattox team safely and successfully delivers the mission critical task of connecting seabed to surface.
The development, located in the Gulf of Mexico and including the Appomattox and Vicksburg fields, is the first commercial discovery for the industry in the deep-water Gulf of Mexico Norphlet formation.
Appomattox consists of a semi-submersible, four-column production host platform, a subsea system featuring six drill centers, 15 producing wells, and five water injection wells.
- May 23, 2019 - Shell starts production at Appomattox in the Gulf of Mexico
- July 1, 2015 - Shell takes final investment decision for the Appomattox deep-water development in Gulf of Mexico
|Location:||Gulf of Mexico; 80 miles (129 kilometers) from the nearest shoreline in Louisiana in the Mississippi Canyon and Desoto Canyon areas|
|Depth:||Water depth ~7,400 feet (2,195 meters)|
|Interests:||Shell 79% owner and operator, Nexen Petroleum Offshore USA Inc. 21%|
|Fields:||Appomattox and Vicksburg|
|Production:||Peak annual production of 175,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d).|
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