Tullow restores gas exports from Jubilee

Offshore staff

LONDON – Gas exports have re-started from the deepwater Jubilee field offshore Ghana, following repairs to the gas compressor on the FPSO Kwame Nkrumah.

Rates have increased steadily to around 100 MMcf/d (2.8 MMcm/d), with oil production also back up to its former level prior to the technical issues with the compressor.

Offshore Suriname, Tullow is a partner to operator INPEX in block 31, where the Spari-1 exploration well is being P&A’d as a dry hole. The well was drilled in 52 m (170 ft) of water to a TD of 3,830 m (12,565 ft). Tullow has 30% equity in this INPEX-operated block.

Another of Tullow’s wells offshore Norway, on the E.ON-operated Salander prospect in license PL 650, was also dry.


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