Husky is the operator and majority owner of the White Rose field and satellite extensions. The original White Rose field was developed using subsea technology, consisting of three drill centres tied back to a Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel. Production is provided by subsea wells in the Southern and Central drill centres while surplus gas is re-injected into the Northern Drill Centre for future extraction. In May 2010, production commenced from North Amethyst, the first of a number of potential subsea tie-ins to the main White Rose field.
The current focus of the White Rose Extension Project is on accessing the resources of the West White Rose pool. Subject to final Company, partner and regulatory approvals, Husky is exploring the option of developing this resource using a wellhead platform (WHP) tied back to the existing SeaRose FPSO.
A final investment decision on the project was deferred when Husky announced its 2015 Business Plan. The full release can be read at http://www.huskyenergy.com/news/release.asp?release_id=1909786.
Further information on the project can be found at http://www.cnlopb.ca/pdfs/whiterose/projdesc.pdf
White Rose Extension Project co-venturers include