Bayan oil and gas field is located in sub-block 4Q-21 of the Balingian Province at a water depth of 28m, approximately 80km north-west of Bintulu, offshore Sarawak, Malaysia. It is operated by Halliburton Bayan Petroleum, which is jointly-owned by Dialog D & P (95% stake), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Malaysia’s Dialog, and Asia Energy Services (5%), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Halliburton International.
Fletcher Finucane oil project lies within block WA-191-P in the Carnarvon Basin, offshore of Western Australia. The project involves the development of two oil fields - Fletcher and Finucane South. The fields lie in a water depth of 160m and are estimated to contain recoverable oil reserves of around 14 million barrels.
The Nam Con Son 2 gas pipeline involves the construction of a 325km offshore gas pipeline, approximately 39km of onshore gas pipelines and a 25km onshore liquid pipeline to recover and transport gas from gas fields located within Hai Thach, Moc Tinh (blocks 05.2, 05.3), Thien Ung, Mang Cau (block 04.3), block 04.1 in the Nam Con Son (NCS) and Cuu Long Basin, offshore Vietnam, for onshore processing.
The PSVM development area is situated in the north-eastern sector of Block 31 roughly 400km from Luanda. Composed of the Plutao, Saturno, Venus and Marte (PSVM) fields, it is the second oil field development area that BP has been assigned in Angola. It is also the first of four development projects announced in Block 31.
The Sapinhoa (formerly known as Guara) oil field is located in block BM-S-9 of the Santos basin, about 310km off the coast of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The field is situated at a water depth of 7,065ft and is estimated to contain about 1.1 billion to two billion barrels of light oil and natural gas. Discovered in June 2008, Sapinhoa was developed by a consortium consisting of Petrobras (45%), BG Group (30%) and Repsol-Sinopec (25%). Petrobras is the main operator of the field. The field started producing oil in January 2013.
Shah Deniz Stage Two, also known as the Shah Deniz full field development, is one of the world's biggest gas projects and will increase the gas production capacity of the Shah Deniz field by an additional 16 billion cubic metres per annum (bcma) and condensate capacity by a further 120,000 barrels a day.
The Tamar field is a natural gas discovery made by Noble Energy in January 2009 and is the company's largest find to date. Noble Energy owns 36% in Tamar and is the operator of the field. Isramco Negev 2 owns 28.75%, while two of Delek Group's subsidiaries - Delek Drilling and Avner Oil Exploration - own 15.625% each. The remaining 4% stake is held by Dor Gas Exploration.
Umm Lulu field is located in the Arabian Gulf, 30km north-west of Abu Dhabi, UAE. The offshore oil field is being developed by Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (Adma-Opco), a joint venture (JV) of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc, 60%), BP (14.67%), Total (13.33%) and Japan Oil Development Company (Jodco, 12%).