February 23, 2007 / 4:12 PM / 12 years ago

TABLE - New oil and gas production in the Americas

 (Updates ConocoPhillips in Alaska)
 NEW YORK, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Following are major oil and gas fields in the Americas that are scheduled to start production through 2012.
 Information on field start ups comes from governments and companies, but is subject to possible changes in company plans. Output figures are peak unless noted.
 Fields that have begun producing are marked “S-“. FIELD/PROJECT          START DATE     CAPACITY    REMARKS BRAZIL———————————————————————————————- CHEVRON (CVX.N) Frade                  late 2009    100,000 bpd  Heavy oil DEVON ENERGY (DVN.N)     Polvo                   Jul 2007     50,000 bpd  Heavy oil.                   
                                              Peak output by mid 2008 NORSK HYDRO (NHY.OL) Chinook                     2010     60,000 bpd+ Heavy oil PETROBRAS (PETR4.SA) Golfinho FPSO 1       S-May 2006    100,000 bpd  Light oil Albacora Leste (P-50) S-Apr 2006    180,000 bpd  Heavy oil Plateau late-2006 Jubarte 1 (P-34)      S-Dec 2006     60,000 bpd  Peak seen in February 2007 Espadarte Sul         S-Jan 2007    100,000 bpd Roncador (P-52)          Q1 2007    180,000 bpd  Heavy oil Piranema                Apr 2007     30,000 bpd  Light oil Golfinho FPSO 2         May 2007    100,000 bpd  Light oil Roncador 1 (P-54)        Q3 2007    180,000 bpd  Heavy oil Marlim Sul (P-51)        Q1 2008    180,000 bpd  Heavy oil Marlim Leste (P-53)      Q1 2008    180,000 bpd  Heavy oil Golfinho FPSO 3             2008    100,000 bpd  Light oil Jubarte 2 (P-57)            2010    180,000 bpd  Heavy oil Roncador 2 (P-55)           2011    180,000 bpd  Heavy oil Parque das Conchas          2011    100,000 bpd  Campos Basin SHELL RDSA.L BC-10                       2010+   100,000 bpd  Heavy oil BS-4                        2010+   100,000 bpd CANADA——————————————————————————————— CANADIAN NATURAL RESOURCES (CNQ.TO) Primrose North Oil Sands  S-2006     30,000 bpd  Bitumen Horizon Upgrader Phase 1    2008    110,000 bpd  Synthetic crude Primrose East Oil Sands     2009     30,000 bpd  Bitumen Horizon Upgrader Phase 2    2010     45,000 bpd  Synthetic crude Kirby Oil Sands             2011     30,000 bpd  Bitumen Horizon Upgrader Phase 3    2012     77,000 bpd  Synthetic crude CONOCOPHILLIPS (COP.N) Surmont Oil Sands 1    late-2006     30,000 bpd  Bitumen Surmont Oil Sands 2         2013     80,000 bpd  Bitumen DEVON ENERGY Jackfish SAGD          late 2007     35,000 bpd  Bitumen ENCANA (ECA.TO) Foster Creek 1        early 2007     15,000 bpd  Bitumen  Foster Creek 2         late 2008     30,000 bpd  Bitumen Christina Lake 2         H2-2008     11,000 bpd  Bitumen Foster Creek 3              2009     30,000 bpd  Bitumen   HUSKY ENERGY (HSE.TO) Tucker Oil Sands      S-Oct 2006     30,000 bpd  Bitumen White Rose              end-2006    125,000 bpd  New peak Lloydminster Upgrader    Q1-2007      5,000 bpd  Debottlenecking Lloydminster Upgrader       2010+    75,000 bpd  Expansion Sunrise Oil Sands           2010+   200,000 bpd  Bitumen IMPERIAL OIL (IMO.TO) Cold Lake Phases 14-16      2006     30,000 bpd  Bitumen Kearl Oil Sands 1           2010    100,000 bpd  Bitumen Kearl Oil Sands 2           2012    100,000 bpd  Bitumen  NEXEN NXN.TO Long Lake Oil Sands 1    H2 2007     60,000 bpd  Synthetic crude   PETRO-CANADA PCA.TO MacKay River Expansion      2010     40,000 bpd  Bitumen Fort Hills Project Phase 1  2011    190,000 bpd  Synthetic crude SHELL CANADA (SHC.TO) In-situ oil sands           2008     20,000 bpd  Bitumen AOSP Expansion 1            2010    100,000 bpd  Synthetic crude SUNCOR ENERGY (SU.TO) Upgrader 2 expansion        2008     90,000 bpd  Synthetic crude Voyageur Project            2012    150,000 bpd+ Synthetic crude MEXICO—————————————————————————————————— PEMEX (peak production rates and dates) NEW FIELDS San Manuel                  2006     11,000 bpd  Crudo Ligero Marino         2007    230,000 bpd  Light crude Ixtal-Manik                 2008     55,000 bpd  Agua Fria (Chicontepec)     2012    173,000 bpd  Ayin-Alux                   2014     74,000 bpd SECONDARY RECOVERY Anonio J Bermudez           2008    161,000 bpd Jujo-Tecominoacan           2008     88,000 bpd Bellota Chinchorro          2008     53,000 bpd Ku-Maloob-Zaap              2010    794,000 bpd  Heavy crude Cactus Sitio Grande         2010     27,000 bpd Poza Rica                   2011     51,000 bpd UNITED STATES———————————————————————————— ANADARKO (APC.N) Independence Hub         H2-2007    850 mln cfd  Hub capacity    BHP BILLITON (BHP.AX) Genghis Khan             Q3-2007     20,000 bpd+ tieback to Marco Polo Neptune                 end-2007     50,000 bpd  Gulf of Mexico Shenzi                  mid-2009    100,000 bpd  Platform capacity BP (BP.L) Atlantis                 H2-2007    200,000 bpd  Timing under review Thunder Horse           mid-2008    250,000 bpd  Delayed from H2-06 CHEVRON (CVX.N) Blind Faith              H1 2008    100,000 boed Oil and Gas Tahiti                  mid-2008    125,000 bpd  CONOCOPHILLIPS Qannik                late-2008     n/a         Alpine satellite PETROBRAS Cascade (deepater GoM)      2009            n/a  Early production SHELL RDSA.L Deimos                   H1 2007     30,000 boed tie-back to Mars Ursa Waterflood             2008     30,000 boed Mars system Perdido Hub                 2010    130,000 boed Hub development    VENEZUELA—————————————————————————————— CONOCOPHILLIPS Corocoro Phase 1         Q3-2008     75,000 bpd  peak production PDVSA Tomoporo                    2008+   150,000 bpd+ Lake Maracaibo  

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