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Emerson Process Management won a multi-million dollar contract to deliver its Roxar subsea instrumentation for Lundin Petroleum’s Brynhild field in the U.K. North Sea.
The contract was awarded by Aker Solutions and covers Roxar subsea multiphase meters, subsea Sencorr pressure and temperature sensors, subsea chemical injection valves, and sand monitors.
Aker will use the instrumentation as part of the rolling out of a complete subsea production system on Brynhild, with Emerson also delivering a number of downhole pressure and temperature gauges directly to Lundin.
The tieback from Brynhild to the Pierce field’s floating, production storage and offloading vessel is a cross-border subsea tie-back where key data for fiscal allocation and production measurement are gathered subsea. Combining the Brynhild and Pierce’s tie-back flow will avoid the need for a dedicated riser for Brynhild. The Roxar subsea instrumentation will generate accurate measurement and input to fiscal allocation from the different flow streams.
The Brynhild field is northwest of the Ula field and 38 km northeast of the Pierce field in a water depth of 80 m (262 ft).