Didon field offshore Tunisia expected to restart production next month

Offshore staff

STOCKHOLM, Sweden – PA Resources expects production to restart in late September from the Didon field offshore Tunisia.

Operations were shut down on July 1 to allow the Didon floating storage and offloading vessel to undergo a comprehensive recertification program.

The maintenance-related production shortfall should be partly offset by higher production after the resumption.

8/7/2013

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