The shelf can be complex, challenging today's operators to creatively search for and commercially develop hidden reserves while keeping the field profitable. Consideration needs to be given to development costs as well as to the operational and maintenance costs of the field throughout the life of the prospect to ensure you maintain a profitable project. Eventual abandonment costs must be considered so that your company stays in line with FASB 143 in accounting for the true cost for your project's development. We understand the technology needed to exploit these areas and will work with you to make sure your projects in this specialized environment are successful.
Explore our list of shelf projects to find out more about our services.
Williams Field Services - MP 261 Canyon Station
Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation - Lake Pelto
Iroquois Gas Transmission - Long Island Sound
Williams - GA A244 "A"
The Houston Exploration Company - MI A5
Anglo-Suisse Texas Offshore Partners – MI 632/656
Newfield Exp. Co. – EI 318 “A” Development – 240FS
Chevron Hurricane Restoration Team, GOM
Iroquois - Eastchester Scour Remediation
Anglo-Suisse - WD 117 Development
Total - Virgo Facility Repair