Ravva oil field

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Ravva oil field
Ravva oil field is located in India
Ravva oil field
Location of Ravva Oil Onshore facilities
CountryIndia
RegionAndhra Pradesh
LocationSurasani Yanam, East Godavari District
BlockPKGM-1
Offshore/onshoreOffshore
Coordinates16°29′17″N 82°05′23″E / 16.4879328°N 82.0896668°E / 16.4879328; 82.0896668Coordinates: 16°29′17″N 82°05′23″E / 16.4879328°N 82.0896668°E / 16.4879328; 82.0896668
OperatorCairn Energy
PartnersCairn India, ONGC, Videocon and Ravva Oil Singapore Private Limited
Service contractorsPetrodril, VP Petro6 Engineers
Field history
Discovery1987
Start of development1993
Start of production1994
Production
Current production of oil25,986 barrels per day (~Template:Rnd/-×10^6 t/a)
Year of current production of oil2015[1]

The Ravva oil field in the Krishna Godavari Basin located in coastal Andhra Pradesh.

Ownership[edit]

The field is operated by Cairn India with 22.5% stake. Its partners in the field are ONGC (40%), Videocon Petroleum (25%) and Ravva Oil (12.5%)[2]

Development and production[edit]

It was developed in partnership with Cairn India, ONGC, Videocon and Ravva Oil Singapore Private Limited, under a 25-year production sharing contract (PSC) that expires in 2019. There are eight unmanned Offshore platforms and sub-sea pipelines are being operated. The crude oil produced from the Ravva field is transferred to the Ravva onshore terminal via four pipelines. Processing takes place at a 225-acre facility at Surasani Yanam. The onshore storage capacity is one million barrels.[1][2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The average gross production from the Ravva field is 25,986 BOEPD (FY2015)". Cairn India. Retrieved 2016-01-01.
  2. ^ a b "Ravva Oil and Gas Field, India". Offshore Technology. Retrieved 2016-01-01.