Tullow Oil provides production update on Jubilee, other fields

Tullow Oil PLC reported that gross production for the Jubilee field offshore Ghana averaged 105,000 b/d in this year’s first half, up from 102,000 b/d in 2014 (OGJ Online, Jan. 15, 2015).

Tullow said natural gas exports from Jubilee have averaged 80 MMscfd since final commissioning of the onshore gas processing facility was completed in March.

In Kenya, appraisal drilling and extended well tests are continuing in South Lokichar Blocks 10BB and 13T. Tullow is preparing for water injection tests into each of five completed reservoir zones in Amosing-2A (OGJ Online, Mar. 11, 2015).

Tullow is also preparing for extended well tests in Ngamia field. Multizone completions have been installed in the Ngamia-8, Ngamia-3, and Ngamia-6 wells.

The Ngamia-9 appraisal well was spudded in June by the PR Marriott 46 rig, which is also scheduled to drill the Twiga-3 and Amosing-5 appraisal wells.

A basin-testing exploration well is planned this quarter at Cheptuket on Block 12A.

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