Israel: Pinnacles Delivers First Gas
Israel’s Delek Group has been informed by the operator, Noble Energy Mediterranean Ltd., that on June 12, 2012, development of Pinnacles #1 was completed and gas began to flow from it.
Pinnacles offshore well was recently linked by a subsea pipeline to the nearby Mari B production platform. Helix ESG’s reeled pipelay vessel, Express, which in April arrived at the port city of Haifa, Israel, completed the SURF (Subsea Umbilicals, Risers and Flowlines) work.
According to the Israel-based financial newspaper The Globes, Pinnacles well will produce 150 million cubic feet of gas per day.
Noble Energy Mediterranean Vice President Lawson Freeman told The Globes that the company was excited to bring the Pinnacles well on stream. He also added that the company was pushing hard to accelerate the Noa development in the same way.
- Noble Energy Linking Noa and Pinnacles to Mari B Platform (mb50.wordpress.com)
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