Alen offshore Equatorial Guinea goes onstream

Offshore staff

STOCKHOLM, Sweden – Production has started from the Noble Energy EG-operated Alen gas/condensate field in blocks 0 and 1 offshore Equatorial Guinea.

According to partner PA Resources, the project cost came in slightly below the budgeted $1.37 billion.

The Alen production system is connected to the existing Aseng field FPSO, which stores Alen’s produced condensate. Eventually the field will deliver 40 MMb/d of condensate.


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