Simulation technology from reservoir through process facility has advanced so much, that field development strategies can be developed within a new systematic workflow, using existing applications from many E&P departments. Detailed production data from many sources can be used within simulation models to give a good representation of future field wide behavior. In this paper a fictional case study of a reservoir that has been producing for some 12 years will be examined. The wells are all producing into a sub-sea manifold and then tied back via a 60km flow line and riser system. The reservoir is in severe decline with field production well below the original design capacity of the production system and surface facilities. Hence, further development options are being investigated for this asset. A new, nearby, reservoir has been discovered. A reservoir simulation model has been constructed for the new discovery. This second reservoir is a gas condensate system, much smaller than the existing reservoir and located 90 kms to the east. The current development plan shows six wells drilled and brought into production over an 18 month period. Reservoir 2 is a marginal development, the viability of producing this reservoir will depend on quantification of the reservoir uncertainty and finding a cost effective development strategy with existing processing facilities. The Business Development Team has suggested a number of possible options for developing this new reservoir; Option 1 involves tying in the new reservoir to the existing sub-sea infrastructure. Option 2 is to install a complete new flow line from the sub-sea template of the new reservoir and run this directly to the existing platform. But how do these options effect reservoir management and surface facilities performance? Evaluation is achieved by constructing an integrated asset model of the entire field, allowing the reservoir through facilities interaction to be evaluated in detail.