Badra field oil production reaches 67,000 b/d

PJSC Gazprom Neft says oil production has reached 67,000 b/d from Badra field in eastern Iraq.

The company recently commissioned its tenth production well, the P-07, which is producing more than 6,500 b/d.

Gazprom Neft is drilling four other wells: P-10, BD-2, P-14, and P-19. In addition, a third process line was constructed at the field’s central processing facility in June, and the first line of an associated petroleum gas treatment facility is 60% complete.

The field began producing May 31, 2014. It reached 45,000 b/d in September 2015 (OGJ Online, June 2, 2014, Sept. 28, 2015).

Operator Gazprom Neft has 30%. Other partners are Iraqi Oil Exploration Co. 25%, Korea Gas Corp. 22.5%, Petronas 15%, and TPAO 7.5%.

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