By The Telegram
Offshore installations track weather systems as part of safety protocols and Husky has affirmed it is currently tracking both Leslie and Michael.
[ST. JOHN'S, NL] — Oil producers and service companies active in the Newfoundland offshore are preparing for the arrival of intense weather and sea conditions.
According to Husky Energy, the SeaRose FPSO currently remains in production at the White Rose oil field.
Husky suspended drilling at the White Rose extension, North Amethyst G-27-7 development well, over the weekend. According to a spokeswoman for the company, the shutdown falls under normal protocol for the weather conditions forecast.
The rig being used at the North Amethyst drill centre, the GSF Grand Banks, remains at location.
Meanwhile, the rig recently brought into Conception Bay South for a safety investigation, the Henry Goodrich, stays moored in C.B.S.
“The rigs and SeaRose FPSO are designed for these kinds of conditions, and based on the current forecast we will remain within that design criteria,” stated an email response to questions from The Telegram.
“Regular personnel movements have been adjusted based on operational requirements, but there are no plans to down staff facilities.”
Offshore installations track weather systems as part of safety protocols and Husky has affirmed it is currently tracking both Leslie and Michael and will take further actions as required.