Ravva oil field
|Ravva oil field|
|Location||Surasani Yanam, East Godavari District|
|Partners||Cairn India, ONGC, Videocon and Ravva Oil Singapore Private Limited|
|Service contractors||Petrodril, VP Petro6 Engineers|
|Start of development||1993|
|Start of production||1994|
|Current production of oil||25,986 barrels per day (~Template:Rnd/-×106 t/a)|
|Year of current production of oil||2015|
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%)
Development and production
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.
- "The average gross production from the Ravva field is 25,986 BOEPD (FY2015)". Cairn India. Retrieved 2016-01-01.
- "Ravva Oil and Gas Field, India". Offshore Technology. Retrieved 2016-01-01.
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