Our Operations

Thailand

Production and Exploration

With a presence in Thailand since 2004, we have developed a track record of safe, reliable and efficient operations covering exploration, appraisal, development and production activities.

Mubadala Petroleum operates three concessions and is the second largest crude oil operator in the Gulf of Thailand. We also have a 30 percent non-operated interest in the G6/48 concession. All three producing fields and the Bangkok office have accreditation to the international safety and environmental standards, ISO 14001 and OHSAS18001, plus the quality management standard ISO 9001.

We also have a well-established community investment program partnering with local stakeholders to support the coastal communities in the vicinity of our operations. Our contribution to the Thai economy since commencing operations has been significant totaling over USD 5 billion so far, contributing in revenues, jobs and economic activities.

Jasmine field

Mubadala Petroleum has a 100 percent interest in the successful Jasmine oil field development in B5/27. The first Jasmine platform was installed in March 2005 and first oil was produced in June 2005. The Ban Yen field started production in 2008. Today, the facilities consist of six platforms and one Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) unit. The cumulative production stands at over 75 million barrels; a substantial increase from the estimate made at the time of purchase in 2004.

 Manora field

 In November 2014, the Manora oil field, located in the Northern Gulf of Thailand in the G1/48 concession, started production. Mubadala Petroleum is the operator and holds a 60 percent interest. The field was discovered in 2009 and safely taken from appraisal, through development into production. The facilities include a Wellhead Processing Platform and a Floating Storage and Offloading (FSO) vessel. The cumulative production is at over 15 million barrels.

Nong Yao field

 In June 2015, the Nong Yao oil field in Block G11/48, in the southern Gulf of Thailand, started production. Mubadala Petroleum is the operator and holds a 90 percent interest. The facilities comprise a Wellhead Platform, a Wellhead Processing Platform, and Floating Storage Offloading vessel. Cumulative production so far is at more than 12 million barrels.

 Nong Yao was the second development in Thailand, after Manora that Mubadala Petroleum has taken from discovery and appraisal through to development and into production. The field was originally discovered in 2009 and further appraised by five wells. The project was delivered efficiently, on time and most importantly safely.

 Erawan gas field

 In April 2022, Mubadala Petroleum will commence a partner role with a 40 percent working interest in the G1/61 Erawan gas field, where PTTEP Energy Development Company Limited will be the operator.

 

 

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