TEMPLATED AND MODULARIZED WELL PAD DESIGN

   WELL PAD OPTIMIZATION

Obsidian’s modularized well pad concept is a standard design that is re-used for similar projects to avoid a full redesign and leverage repeatable execution elements. It is an approach that subdivides the well pad into smaller parts to simplify the installation and construction as well as leverage lower cost materials and services. A templated design approach combined with strategic modularization can be applied to multi-well pad program to maximize efficiencies related to separator packages, metering skids, power generation, piping layouts, structural supports, pile layouts, electrical packags and controls/automation.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

PROJECT: TOWN BC WELLPAD
TIC: $6MM

Design of an eight (8) well pad expansion, which included temporary sand separator packages, test separator package c/w RTU panel, mobile test separator package c/w RTU panel, methanol injection package, group sand separator package, and group sand separator blowdown tank.


PROJECT: BLUEBERRY BC WELLPAD
TIC: $5MM

Design of a five (5) well pad expansion, which included five (5) well sand separator packages, five (5) 42″ OD horizontal test separator packages, one (1) RTU panel, new FG separator package, one (1) EFOY generator, one (1) methanol pump c/w methanol tank, and all associated piping. Existing equipment on lease for the existing well was re-mobilized to the new piperack to provide easier access and ability to flow existing wells to the new pipelines. Scope also included adding gas lift (c/w meter, FCV & ESDV) to the existing wells with provisions to tie-in to the new wells on lease


PROJECT: KAKWA AB WELLPAD
TIC: $3MM

Complete wellpad program that includes several sour multi-well pads with up to 4 wells per pad. Includes the design of individual test separators, chemical injection skids, gas sweetening units, automated controls, power generation, maintenance flares and storage tanks.