INPAC Development Company (IDC)
Providing Quality high-end Field Development Plans in and for Nigeria and West Africa,
FDP-related project development and finance services. Subsurface technical training.
Nigeria - Angola - Benin - Cameroon - Equatorial Guinea - Gabon - Ghana - Guinea - Guinea-Bissau - Ivory Coast  
Victoria Island
Lagos, Nigeria
An Affiliate of INPAC
Integrated Pan-African
Energy Company, Ltd.
Victoria Island
Lagos, Nigeria
www.inpac-energy.com
FDP@inpac-energy.com
Typical FDP Work Breakdown Structure

PART 1

1. Overview
    1.1. General Information
    1.2. Review of Exploration History
    1.3. Geological Features
    1.4. Development Strategy
    1.5. Selection of Development Area
    1.6. Reservoir Plan
    1.7. Drilling, Completion and Production Techniques
    1.8. Surface Facilities
    1.9. Safety and Environmental Commitment
    1.10. Tender Law Exemption for Phase I Facilities Construction Project and other Tender
    Law Issues
    1.11. Investment and Economic Evaluation
    1.12. Overall Development Plan

2. Geology and Reservoir Engineering
    2.1. Geological Description
    2.1.1. Overview
    2.1.1.1. General Information
    2.1.1.2. Regional Geology
    2.1.1.3. Exploration History
    2.1.1.4. Current Data Base
    2.1.2. Reservoir Characteristics
    2.1.2.1. Seismic Analysis
    2.1.2.2. Reservoir Description
    2.1.2.3. Reservoir Rock Properties
    2.1.2.4. Reservoir Fluid Analysis
    2.1.2.5. Well Test Results
    2.1.2.6. Reservoir Pressure and Temperature Regions
    2.1.2.7. Drive Mechanism
    2.1.3. OOIP
    2.1.3.1. Introduction
    2.1.3.2. Method
    2.1.3.3. Results
    2.2. Reservoir Engineering
    2.2.1. Development Strategy
    2.2.1.1. Development Principles
    2.2.1.2. Development Scope
    2.2.1.3. Recovery Method
    2.2.1.4. Drilling and Well Scheduling Premises
    2.2.1.5. Phase I Duration
    2.2.1.6. Reservoir Management Plan
    2.2.1.7. Oil Production Enhancement
    2.2.2. Geologic Model
    2.2.2.1. Software
    2.2.2.2. Data
    2.2.2.3. Model Structure
    2.2.2.4. Results
    2.2.2.5. Studies
    2.2.3. Reservoir Model
    2.2.3.1. Software
    2.2.3.2. Data
    2.2.3.3. Model Structure
    2.2.3.4. Results
    2.2.3.5. Studies  
    2.2.4. Development Model
    2.2.4.1. Productive Well Capacity
    2.2.4.2. Cumulative Recovery Estimate
    2.2.5. Development Plan
    2.2.5.1. Preliminary Reservoir Model
    2.2.5.2. Well Locations
    2.2.5.3. Production Forecast

3. Wells – Drilling, Completion and Operation
    3.1. Overview
    3.1.1. Surface Description
    3.1.2. Subsurface Description
    3.2. Drilling Design
    3.2.1. Geological Series
    3.2.2. Casing Program
    3.2.3. Design of Directional Well
    3.2.4. Cementing Design
    3.2.5. Mud Program
    3.2.6. Drilling Tool design
    3.2.7. Drilling Techniques
    3.2.8. Well Schematic
    3.2.9. Drilling Rig Type and Drilling Mode
    3.2.10. Drilling Operation Schedule
    3.2.11. Drilling Costs
    3.3. Completion Design
    3.3.1. Well Completion Methods
    3.3.2. Sand Control
    3.3.3. Stimulation
    3.3.4. Completion Design
    3.3.4.1. Downhole Equipment Design
    3.3.4.2. Completion Fluid
    3.3.4.3. Completion Operation Plan
    3.3.4.4. Completion Schedule
    3.3.4.5. Completion Costs
    3.4. Well Operation
    3.4.1. Well Operation Premises
    3.4.2. Artificial Lift
    3.4.3. Well Workovers
    3.4.4. Water Injection

4. Facilities
    4.1. Overview
    4.1.1. Facilities location
    4.1.2. Platform Location
    4.1.3. Conception Selection
    4.1.4. Basic Case Description
    4.2. Design Basis
    4.2.1. Meterological, Oceanographic, & Geotechnical Data
    4.2.2. General Reservoir Data
    4.2.3. Standards,Codes and Regulations
    4.3. Wellhead Platform
    4.3.1. General Description and Layout of Wellhead Platform
    4.3.2. Process and Utility Systems
    4.3.3. Mechanical
    4.3.4. Electrical Power
    4.3.5. Power Distribution System
    4.3.6. Control System
    4.3.7. Structure
    4.3.8. Corrosion Control
    4.4. FPSO Mooring System
    4.4.1. Overview
    4.4.2. xx Mooring System Description
    4.4.3. xx Mooring System Modification Requirements
    4.4.4. Structure for SPM Mooring Tower
    4.5. Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) System
    4.5.1. Introduction
    4.5.2. FPSO Production Facilities Requirement
    4.5.3. FPSO xx Existing Vessel Description
    4.5.4. FPSO xx Existing System Description
    4.5.5. Summary of FPSO xx Planned Major Modifications
    4.5.6. Corrosion Control
    4.6. Subsea Pipeline
    4.6.1. Introduction
    4.6.2. System Make up
    4.6.3. Flow Assurance (Hydraulic Analysis)
    4.6.4. Thermal Insulation
    4.6.5. Pipeline Material
    4.6.6. Pipeline Wall Thickness and Stability
    4.6.7. Pipeline & Cable Installation
    4.6.8. Corrosion Control
    4.7. Phase I Engineering Schedule    

5. Operating Plan
    5.1. Operating Philosophy
    5.1.1. Philosophy Statement
    5.1.2. Governing Document
    5.2. Organization
    5.2.1. Objective
    5.3. Operating Plan
    5.3.1. Startup and Commissioning
    5.3.2. Field Operations
    5.3.3. Maintenance & Sparing

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6. Safety
7. Environmental
8. Cost Estimation and Economics
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Onshore
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